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Journal 



of the 



North Carolina Annual Conference 

Richmond Area 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 



of 



The Methodist Church 



Edited for the Conference by 

W. Cableton Wilson 

Duke's Chapel Methodist Church 

Durham, N. C. 



GRACE METHODIST CHURCH 
Wilmington, North Carolina 

JUNE 22-25, 1959 



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With living gratitude for their good lives and with 
insphung remembrance of their faithful labors 
this Journal is lovingly dedicated to the memory 

OF 

MRS. PAUL NEFF GARBER 

AND 

BISHOP WILLIAM WALTER PEELE 



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"These were honored in their generations, 
And were the glory of their times." 




MRS. ORINA KIDD GARBER 
February 1, 1903 — July 18, 1959 




BISHOP WILLIAM WALTER PEELE 
November 26, 1881 — July 1, 1959 



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The Conference Cabinet 

OFFICERS 

Area Bishop Paul N. Garber 

President Allen P. Brantley 

Secretary Chancie D. Barclift 

MEMBERS 

Bishop Paul N. Garber, Allen P. Brantley, Chancie D. Barclift, Robert L. Jerome, 
Millard C. Dunn, Howard M. McLamb, A. Jarvis Hobbs, Graham S. Eubank, Walter 
C. Ball, J. Ezell Garlington. 



CABINET DIRECTORY 

Bishop Paul N. Garber, 404 Methodist Bldg., Richmond, Va. 

Telephones: Office MI 3-6976; Residence— EL 9-5929 

Residence: 211 Massie Road, Windsor Farms, Richmond, Va. 

Allen P. Brantley, 503 Tarleton Street, Burlington, N. C Tel. CA 8-1846 

Burlington District 

Chancie D. Barclift, 1002 West Knox Street, Durham, N. C Tel. 8-1174 

Durham District 

Robert L. Jerome, Box 662, Elizabeth City, N. C Tel. 2415 

Elizabeth City District 

Millard C. Dunn, P. O. Box 3246, Fayetteville, N. C Tel. HE 2-4934 

Fayetteville District 

Howard M. McLamb, Route 3, Goldsboro, N. C Tel. RE 4-5324 

Goldsboro District 

A. Jarvis Hobbs, P. O. Box 187, New Bern, N. C Tel. ME 7-4600 

New Bern District 

Graham S. Eubank, 1913 Reid Street, Raleigh, N. C Tel. TE 2-6988 

Raleigh District 

Walter C. Ball, 803 Sycamore Street, Rocky Mount, N. C Tel. Gibson 2-3022 

Rocky Mount District 

J. Ezell Garlington, 1516 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C Tel. RO 3-4835 

Wilmington District 



CABINET PHOTOGRAPH 

(Seated left to right) J. Ezell Garlington, Graham S. Eubank, Bishop Paul N. Garber, 
Chancie D. Barclift, Allen P. Brantley. 

(Standing left to right) Robert L. Jerome, Howard M. McLamb, Walter C. Ball, 
A. Jarvis Hobbs, Millard C. Dunn. 



CONTENTS 

SECTION I Page Reference 

Conference Officers 9 

Historical Statement and Record of Annual Conference Sessions 10 

Rules of Order and Procedure 11-14 

SECTION II 

Delegates to General and Jurisdiction Conferences 15 

Organizations: Agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees 16-29 

District Boards of Church Building and Location 29 

District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications 30 

Lay Delegates to the Annual Conference of 1959 31 

Chronological Roll of the Conference 45 

Record of Preachers On Trial 53 

Record of Approved Supply Pastors 55 

Roll of Local Preachers 1959-1960 58 

Classes in Conference Course of Study 61 

Conference Directory 1959-1960 63 

SECTION III 

Conference Program 76 

Journal of Proceedings (Daily Minutes) 81 

Condensed Minutes (Disciplinary Questions) 102 

Certificates of Ordination 108 

Appointments for 1959-1960 110 

Changes in Appointments Between Sessions 1958-1959 121 

Changes in Boundaries (District and Charge) 122 

Memorial Service, Memoirs 126 

Roll of Deceased Ministerial Members of Conference 138 

SECTION IV 

Index of Reports to Annual Conference 140 

Nominations by the Cabinet 142 

Reports of District Superintendents 143 

Reports of Agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees 151 

SECTION V 

Amendments, Memorials, Resolutions 237 

SECTION VI 

1. A Statement by the Conference Treasurer, Marvin J. Cowell 252 

2. Treasurer's Statement of Board Operations 252 

3. Auditor's Report on Examination 287 

**4. Other Financial Exhibits: 300 

a) Camp Don Lee 300 

b) Methodist Youth Assemblies 302 

c) Pastor's School - 304 

d) Wesley Foundation Commission 304 

"Financial Exhibits not shown in Section VI, appear with agency Report in Section IV if sub- 
mitted. (Editor). ' 

SECTION VII 

Statistical Exhibits: Pastor's Report to the Annual Conference 

Tables 1-A and 1-B: Tables 2-A and 2-B 307 



SECTION I 

CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

President Bishop Paul N. Garber 

404 Methodist Building, Richmond, Va., Tel. MI 3-6976 

Conference Secretary W. Carleton Wilson 

Box 8073, North Durham Station, Durham, N. C, Tel. 2-1867 

Associate Secretary LaFon C. Vereen 

1210 Broad Street, Durham, N. C, Tel. 8-1880 

Statistician David D. Traynham 

Box 65, Jackson, N. C, Tel. LE 4-3256 

Conference Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

P. O. Box 10344, Raleigh, N. C, Tel. TE 2-5441 
Office: 900 Wade Ave. 



JOURNAL SECRETARIES SECRETARIAL ASSISTANTS 

Chester J. Andrews, Carl W. Barbee Mrs. L. C. Vereen, Mrs. W. C. Wilson 

James A. Auman Mrs. J. A. Auman 

Mrs. Christian White 

CONFERENCE LAY LEADER 

J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson, N. C. 
Tel. AMhurst 8-2862 

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS: CONFERENCE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

Executive Secretary, Board of Education C. P. Morris 

P. O. Box 6667, College Station, Durham, N. C, Tel. 9-7746 

Executive Director, Commission on Higher Education Paul Carruth 

P. O. Box 1006, Raleigh, N. C, 216 Warren Bldg., Tel. VA 8-5431 

Executive Director, Board of Evangelism Hiram K. King 

P. O. Box 10522, Raleigh, N. C, Tel. TE 4-4745 

Executive Secretary, Board of Missions Offie L. Hathaway 

3341 Hampton Road. Raleigh, N. C, Tel. TE 3-6094 

Conference Missionary Secretary M. W. Lawrence 

1014 Monmouth Ave., Durham, N. C, Tel. 6-2401 

Secretary, Conference Commission on Town and Country Work Ralph I. Epps 

P. O. Box 365, Grifton, N. C, Tel. LA 4-5096 

Director of Field Work, Commission on Town and Country Work Roy L. Turnage 

P. O. Box 545, Ayden, X. C. Tel. 3236 

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HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

The North Carolina Conference was set off from the Virginia Conference in May, 
1836, and in 1850, and again in 1870, North Carolina territory in the South Carolina 
Conference was transferred to this Conference. In 1890 North Carolina territory in the 
Holston Conference and in the Virginia Conference, except that beyond the Chowan 
River, was transferred to the North Carolina Conference, and the Conference was 
divided into the North Carolina and Western North Carolina Conferences. In 1894 the 
remaining North Carolina territory in the Virginia Conference was transferred to the 
North Carolina Conference. 

The North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church was composed of the 
North Carolina Conference of the former M. E. Church, South, and parts of the North 
Carolina Conference of the former Methodist Protestant Church and the Blue Ridge- 
Atlantic Conference of the former Methodist Episcopal Church. The former Methodist 
Episcopal Church gave to the North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church 9 
preachers, 11 charges and 1,837 members; the former Methodist Protestant Church 23 
preachers] 20 charges and 9,152 members; the former Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, 273 preachers, 226 charges and 132,735 members. 



SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 

(Since Unification in 1939) 



Where Held 


When 


President 


Secretary 


No. Members 
Including 
Local Preachers 


l-ga 


Fayetteville 

Wilmington 

Durham 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 


1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 


W. Walter Peele 
Clare Purcell 
Clare Purcell 
Clare Purcell 
Clare Purcell 
W. Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
1 Paul N. Garber 


T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant .... 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant ... 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant ... 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant . 
T. McM. Grant 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 


143,724 
143,432 
144,839 
146,143 
149,703 
151,955 
154,081 
159,399 
161,855 
163,748 
166,380 
168,629 
169,181 
169,615 
171,377 
172,550 
174,407 
178,548 
181,722 
186,368 
189,608 


98,650 
96,710 
96,451 
93,626 


Rocky Mount 


90,641 
83,340 


Goldsboro 

Henderson 

Elizabeth City . . 

Greenville 

Sanford 

Kinston 

Wilmington 

Burlington 


88,622 
95,914 
102,397 
105,785 
109,059 
113,983 
115,903 
120,491 
124,870 


Raleigh 

Fayetteville 

Greenville 

New Bern 


128,614 
132,294 
137,591 
141,861 
144,165 


Wilmington 


147,193 



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Journal of Proceedings 11 

RULES OF ORDER AND PROCEDURE FOR THE NORTH CAROLINA 
ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE METHODIST CHURCH 

I. RULES OF ORDER 

1. Robert's Rules of Order shall apply to any situation not covered by these Rules. 

2. No member who has the floor may be interrupted except for a breach of order, a 
misrepresentation, to direct the attention of the Conference to the fact that time has 
arrived for a special order, or to raise a very urgent question of high privilege. 

3. No member shall speak a second time on the same question if any member who has 
not yet spoken desires the floor, nor more than twice on the same subject under the 
same motion, nor longer than ten minutes unless his time shall be extended by the 
Conference, except as provided in Rule 4. 

4. When the report of the committee is under consideration and when all have spoken 
who desire to do so, or when (and after) the previous question has been ordered, 
the chairman and/or duly authorized member or members presenting the com- 
mittee's report ( and the minority report if there be one ) shall be entitled to speak 
before the vote is taken. 

5. A member claiming the floor at any time for what he believes is a very urgent 
question of high privilege, shall be allowed to indicate briefly the nature of the ques- 
tion, and if it be adjudged by the chair to be such, he may proceed at his pleasure, 
or until the chairman judges he has exhausted his privilege. 

6. Voting shall be by a show of hands unless otherwise ordered by the Conference. 
A "yea" and "nay" vote, if taken, shall be by written ballot, which result will be 
published in the Conference Journal. A count vote may be ordered on call of any 
member supported by one-fifth of the members present and voting, in which case 
the delegates shall rise from their seats and stand while they are counted. 

TI. ORGANIZATION 

1. The Secretary: The secretary of the Annual Conference shall be elected quad- 
rennially, at the first session of the Conference after the meeting of the General 
Conference; and on nominations arising from the floor. 

2. Assistant Secretaries: The secretary shall nominate his assistants and the Confer- 
ence shall elect. 

3. Statisticians: There shall be a conference statistician and an assistant statistician. 
The statistician shall be elected quadrennially at the first session after the meeting 
of the General Conference. The assistant statistician shall be elected annually upon 
nomination by the statistician. 

I Conference Stenographers: The conference secretary shall employ the conference 
stenographers. 

5. Compensation: The Commission on World Service and Finance shall determine, 
subject to the approval of the Conference, the compensation given officers for their 
services and also the method and amount for meeting expenses of said officers. The 
conference treasurer shall pay these amounts. 

6. Boards, Commissions, and Committees: The Bishop and his Cabinet shall determine 
the size of and nominate the members of all boards, commissions, and committees 
authorized by the General Conference, the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference, 
and this Annual Conference, except in those cases in which the Discipline directs 
Otherwise. The recommendations and nominations shall be subject to the approval 
of the Conference. 

7. The Conference Board of Trustees: The Conference Board of Trustees shall be re- 
quired to meet at least once a year other than the regular meeting at the session of 
the Annual Conference. 

8. The Conference Treasurer and all others receiving and disbursing funds from our 
Conference shall be required to make audited statements annually, and to print the 
same in the Journal. 



12 North Carolina Annual Conference 

9. Program Committee: There shall be a Program Committee of the Conference con- 
sisting of the resident Bishop, the Conference Secretary, the District Superintendent 
of the District in which the session of the Conference is held, the pastor of the host 
church, and the Conference Lay Leader. This committee shall determine the com- 
pensation and expense for invited speakers and this shall be paid from the Confer- 
ence expense fund. 

10. Committee on Conference Objectives: There shall be a Conference Quadrennial 
Committee on Conference Objectives. See Paragraph 651 — Question 47, page 185, 
1956 Discipline. 

11. Entertainment Committee: There shall be a Conference Entertainment Committee, 
composed of three ministers and two laymen. This committee shall be elected at the 
first session of the Conference following the General Conference, and shall serve for 
the Quadrennium. This committee shall receive invitations and determine the place 
and method of entertaining the Conference sessions. The Committee is requested 
to determine the place of holding the next Conference not later than January 1, if 
possible. 

12. Committee on Memoirs: The Conference Secretary and the District Superintendents 
shall constitute the Committee on Memoirs. The members of the committee shall be 
charged with the responsibility of providing for all the details of the memorial 
service. The Conference Secretary shall be the chairman of this committee. 

13. Committee on Daily Minutes: A committee of three members shall be elected each 
year to examine the daily minutes of the sessions of the Conference and report daily 
to the Conference. 

14. Courtesies and Resolutions: There shall be constituted a Committee on Courtesies 
and Resolutions, annually, at the first session of the Conference. 

15. Committee on Appeals: There shall be appointed, quadrennially, a Committee on 
Appeals, composed of at least five members, whose duties shall be to hear appeals 
from the decisions of the several District Boards of Church Location and Building, 
or any other questions that may properly come before them. 

16. American Bible Society: All matters regarding the relation of the Conference to the 
American Bible Society and its work shall be referred to the Board of Education. 

III. REPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS 

1. All reports and resolutions presented to the Conference shall be written (type- 
written if possible) in triplicate. Two copies shall be in the hands of the conference 
secretary before the report or resolution shall be read to the Conference for con- 
sideration. 

2. Any amendment offered to any paper, and all motions must be in writing and 
placed in the hands of the conference secretary immediately following its presenta- 
tion. 

IV. LAY DELEGATES TO THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

1. Lay delegates, regular and reserve, from the pastoral charges to the Annual Con- 
ference shall be elected by the Quarterly Conference at least forty-five days prior 
to the session of the Annual Conference. 

2. Each district superintendent shall complete the list of lay delegates to the Annual 
Conference, from his district, at least forty-five days before the Annual Conference 
session, and shall immediately transmit the completed list, in duplicate, to the con- 
ference secretary. 

3. Substitutions for lay delegates to the Annual Conference must be made in written 
form provided by the conference secretary, and must be approved and signed by the 
district superintendent. Such substitute delegates may function only in the absence 
of the regular delegates. 



Journal of Proceedings 13 

V. PASTORS' REPORTS TO THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE: STATISTICS 

1. Each pastor shall complete Table I of his annual report to the Conference, and 
transmit the same to the conference statistician at least two weeks prior to the 
opening date of the Conference. 

2. Charge and church treasurers shall mail their final remittance for the current year 
to the conference treasurer on the second Monday preceding the opening date of 
the Annual Conference, and each pastor shall complete and mail Table II to the 
conference statistician immediately thereafer. 

3. Each table of the report shall be filled out by individual churches with totals for 
the charge. 

4. Table II shall be made out in even dollars only. 

5. Tables I and II shall be printed in the Conference Journal with individual church 
reports and charge totals as compiled by the conference statistician from the pastor's 
reports. 

VI. THE CONFERENCE JOURNAL 

1. Editor: The conference secretary shall be charged with the responsibility of editing 
and making contracts for the publication of the Conference Journal, in keeping with 
the regulations of the General Conference and of the Southeastern Jurisdictional 
Conference. The editor shall have full authority to condense reports, memoirs, and 
other papers when necessary. 

2. One complimentary copy of the Conference Journal shall be sent to each of the 
following: The conference claimants, the general boards, the publishing house, lay 
mmbers of the conference boards, lay delegates to the Annual Conference, the 
educational and church-related institutions of the North Carolina Conference. The 
conference secretary shall have discretionary authority to send copies to such other 
educational institutions as he may deem advisable. Six copies shall be sent to each 
pastor without charge. All other copies shall be sold at $1.25 each, or single copies 

by mail at $1.35 each. Monies accruing from the sale of Journal shall be deposited 
with the conference treasurer and credited to the Journal account. 

VH. DISTRICTS 

1. The number of districts shall be nine. 

2. A district conference shall be held annually, in each district. 

3. Each pastoral charge shall elect annually two lay delegates to the district confer- 
ence. These shall be in addition to those named by the Discipline as ex officio 
members. 

4. The district and associate district lay leaders shall be elected annually by the An- 
nual Conference on nomination of the district superintendents and the conference 
lay leaders. 

5. The district superintendent of each district shall be required to furnish to the bishop, 
the conference treasurer, and the conference statistician, as early in the year as 
possible an official copy of the apportionments to the charges for World Service and 
Conference Benevolences and the amounts accepted by the charges, also the amounts 
approved by the charges for the several items of ministerial support. The figures 
furnished the conference statistician shall be used by him in making up his report 
to the Conference. Two of these copies are to be sent to the secretary of the Com- 
mission on World Service and Finance. 

6. Each district superintendent, as early in the year as possible, shall furnish the bishop, 
the conference treasurer, and the conference statistician with a schedule of the 
salaries of pastors as set by the Quarterly Conferences. The figures furnished by the 
district superintendent to the conference statistician shall be used by him in making 
up his report to the Conference. 

7. We call attention of the district superintendents to Paragraph 431 (1) 1956 Disci- 
pline, and state that we believe that a reasonable time for such consultation, before 
the appointments are to be read, could not be construed to be less than twenty-four 
hours. 



14 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Vm. AMENDMENTS 

1 These rules of order and procedure may be amended by a two-thirds vote on the 

' next day after a proposed amendment has been presented in writing; provided the 

rule fixing the number of districts may be amended by a majority vote; provided 

further, a change in the number of districts may not be made later than the second 

morning of the Annual Conference session. 

IX. WHEN THE RULES BECOME EFECTIVE 

1 These rules of order and procedure of the North Carolina Annual Conference shall 
' become effective immediately upon passage by the vote of the majority of the 
Conference. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Chairman, Conference Committee on Rules 



Journal of Proceedings 15 



SECTION II 

DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL CONFERENCE OF 1960 
Denver, Colorado 

April 27-May 8, 1960 
CLERICAL LAY 

W. L. Clegg J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

C. D. Barclift W. Jasper Smith 

J. E. Garlington L. Stacy Weaver 

R. E. Walston Mrs. Pierce Johnson 

G. S. Eubank W. F. Anderson 

O. L. Hathaway Terry Sanford 

DELEGATES TO THE JURISDICTIONAL CONFERENCE OF 1960 

Lake Junaluska, North Carolina 
July 13-17, 1960 

H. P. Powell A. C. Edwards 

M. W. Lawrence John Mears 

W. M. Howard, Jr. Roy L. Turnage, Jr. 

R. G. Dawson \Y. C. Chadwick 

A. J. Walton L. W. Hill 

C. F. Heath James E. Rogers 

Leon Russell S. B. Underwood, Jr. 

W. C. Ball Bill Price 

W. C. Wilson Bud Dickson 

RESERVE DELEGATES TO THE JURISDICTIONAL 
CONFERENCE OF 1960 

Lake Junaluska, North Carolina 
July 13-17, 1960 

T. A. Collins C. W. Everett 

C. P. Morris H. L. Swain 

J. V. Early Mrs. L. C. Vereen 

A. P. Brantley Gurney P. Hood 

NOTE: The delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference, who are not delegates to 
the General Conference, are reserve delegates to the General Conference in the order 
of their election. (Editor) 



16 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees 

(The paragraph numbers which appear by the several Agencies, Boards, Com- 
missions and Committees refer to the paragraph of the 1956 Discipline.) 

BISHOP'S COMMITTEE ON CHURCH ARCHITECTURE 

Chairman CD. Barclift, 1002 W. Knox St., Durham 

Vice-Chairman Archie R. Davis, 1222 Arnette Ave., Durham 

Secretary William R. Campbell, Randolph Rd., Durham 

Members: Frank I. Ballard, Box 1404, Wilmington; Walter Burgess, 115 Hillsboro 
Road, Raleigh; Rev. T. A. Collins, Box 1375, Rocky Mount; R. E. DuMont, Treas- 
urer, The Duke Endowment, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City; Rev. J. E. Gar- 
lington, 1516 Market Street, Wilmington; William B. Griffin, Box 143, Goldsboro; 
Thomas T. Hayes, Jr., Box 385, Southern Pines; Vernon Lewis, 100 N. Church St., 
Burlington; Rev. M. Wilson Nesbitt, 2401 Englewood Ave., Durham; Robert H. 
Stephens, 504 Pollock St., New Bern; Rev. Key W. Taylor, 1214 Oxford Rd., Roxboro; 
Rev. O. K. Ingram, 3705 Pendergrass St., Durham; James A. Ward, Rt. 2, Box 180, 
Goodwin Road, Durham; Ed Pugn, Jr., Elizabeth City. 

CO-ORDINATING COUNCIL (page 169, 1955 Journal) 

Membership: Bishop Paul N. Garber, Chairman; District Superintendents: A. P. 
Brantley, C. D. Barclift, R. L. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, 
G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson 
Gibson, Jr.; District Lay Leaders: Burlington, J. F. Rogers; Durham, Frank Hanft; 
Elizabeth City, John Turner; Fayetteville, R. E. Lupper; Goldsboro, A. C. Edwards; 
New Bern, Roy L. Turnage, Jr.; Raleigh, W. D. Payne; Rocky Mount, E. E. Adkins; 
Wilmington, A. E. Goldfinch, Box 161, Tabor City; Conference President Woman's 
Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; District Presidents of 
Woman's Society of Christian Service: Burlington, Mrs. George Ratterman, Mebane; 
Durham, Mrs. J. E. Sponenberg, 2805 Guess Rd., Durham; Elizabeth City, Mrs. Joseph 
R. Bryant, Ahoskie; Fayetteville, Mrs. H. R. Odom, Gibson; Goldsboro, Mrs. Cecil M. 
Pate, 1502 E. Palm St., Goldsboro; New Bern, Mrs. John W. Shute, 313 Peyton Ave., 
Kinston; Raleigh, Mrs. D. H. Sutton, 109 Chamberlain St., Raleigh; Rocky Mount, Mrs. 
R. K. Adkins, Robersonville; Wilmington, Mrs. James M. Harper, Jr., Southport; and 
Officers and Executive Secretaries of all Conference Boards, Commissions, and Com- 
mittees as listed in the Conference Journal. 

DEACONESS BOARD 1J1254 

Chairman . . . Deaconess Ethelynde Ballance 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. W. I. McLamb 

Members — All Active Deaconesses serving within the bounds of the Conference: 
Miss Ethelynde Ballance, Raeford Methodist Church, Raeford; Miss Mamiej Chandler, 
501 E. Fifth St., Greenville; Miss Mary Finch, Louisburg College, Louisburg; Minis- 
ters of Local Churches employing Deaconesses: K. R. Wheeler, Raeford; W. M. How- 
ard, Jr., Greenville; Members of the Cabinet: Bishop Paul N. Garber, A. P. Brantley, 
C. D. Barclift, R. L. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, 
Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; Four Representatives of the Conference Woman's 
Society of Christian Service: Mrs. L. S. Thompson, Plymouth; Mrs. Allen C. Lee, Farm- 
ville; Mrs. W. I. McLamb, Clear Run, Garland; Mrs. W. Taylor Long, Blanch; One 
representative not a deaconess from the local board of managers or committee of each 
project within the Conference where deaconesses live or are employed: Mrs. Cecil Terry, 
Rockingham; Mrs. W. H. Taft, Greenville; One representative from the Commission on 
Christian Vocation: R. L. Bame, Wilmington; Retired Deaconesses: Miss Elizabeth 
Davis, Rocky Mount; Miss Jennie Congleton, Greenville. 



Journal of Proceedings 17 

BOARD OF EDUCATION A1443 

President Vergil E. Queen 

Vice-President W. L. Clegg 

Secretary W. Stanley Potter 

Executive Secretary C. P. Morris 

Director Adult Work Harold D. Minor 

Director Youth Work Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

Director Children's Work Wesley G. Brogan 

Executive Committee: Vergil E. Queen, W. L. Clegg, W. Stanley Potter, Leon 
Russell, R. G. Dawson, Lester A. Tilley, Jesse H. Lanning, John M. Meares, Brooks 
Patten, Julian Aldridge, Paul Carruth, and C. P. Morris (ex officio, without privilege 
to vote). 

Clerical Members: Vergil E. Queen, W. L. Clegg, W. Stanley Potter, Leon Russell, 
R. G. Dawson, Lester Tilley, Jesse H. Lanning, Brooks Patten, Paul Carruth, L. A. 
Aitken, Robert F. Moore, James A. Auman, E. R. Shullcr, J. L. Newsome, E. C. Shoaf, 
Christian White. 

Lay Members: John Meares, Raleigh; Julian Aldridge, Rocky Mount; James T. 
Patrick, Durham; Andrew Bailey, Elizabeth City; J. O. Talley, Jr., Fayetteville; C. W. 
Twiford, Goldsboro; H. L. McDonald, New Bern; Blaine M. Madison, Raleigh; W. Avery 
Thompson, Lake Waccamaw; Mrs. Ernest Smotherman, Goldsboro; Mrs. R. L. Jerome, 
Elizabeth City; T. S. Newbold, Rocky Mount; T. J. Collier, Bayboro; Mrs. J. C. An- 
drews, Raleigh; Mrs. V. E. Queen, Elizabeth City; Mrs. Robert Massey, Zebulon; Miss 
Mabel Nance. 

Youth Members: Miss Beth McLamb, Garland and W.C.U.N.G; Phil Carlton, 
Pinetops and N. C. State; Jean Edwards, Bock\ Mount and Greensboro College; 
Carolee Wood, Sik-r Citj mid Greensboro College. 

COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION H201S 

Chairman Vergil E. Queen 

Executive Director, Commission on Higher Education Paul Carruth 

Members: The resident Bishop, Paul N. Garber; the Board of Education; the Dis- 
trict Superintendents; the Conference Lay Leader; the President of the Conference 
Woman's Society of Christian Service; the Chairman of all Quadrennial Boards and/or 
Agencies. 

Note: The Executive Committee of the Hoard of Education is also the Executive 
Committee of the Commission. 

BOARD OF EVANGELISM 11 1478 

President Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh 

Vice-President Leon Couch 

Secretary H. Langill Watson 

Executive Director, Conference Board of Evangelism Hiram K. King 

Clerical: E. B. Fisher, W. A. Seawell, Robert F. Bundy, R. E. Walston, L. T. Wilson, 
J. W. Lineberger, B. L. Davidson, Albert Folds, L. C. Vereen. 

Lay: Ralph Hodges, Burlington; C. M. Allen, Bahama; Charles L. Saunders, Eliza- 
beth City; Fred Avett, Hamlet; Roland Braswell, Route 5, Goldsboro; S. A. Chalk, Jr., 
Morehead City; Walter F. Anderson, 3305 Puffin Street, Raleigh; J. A. Glover, Nash- 
ville; Wade Bierces, Wilmington. 

Members ex officio: The District Superintendents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, 
R. L. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, W. C. Ball, 
J. E. Garlington. District Secretaries of Evangelism: Christian White, C. Alison Simon- 
ton, C. G. McCarver, J. Paul Edwards, Leon Couch, II. L. Watson, J. T. Maides, L. L. 
Parrish, Paul C. Browning. Secretary of Spiritual Life of the Conference Woman's So- 
ciety of Christian Service: Mrs. R. P. Jerome, Elizabeth City: Executive Director of 



18 North Carolina Annual Conference 

the Conference Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. King; Chairman of Christian Witness 
Commission of the Conference Methodist Youth Fellowship: Barbara Proctor, 1304 S. 
Garnett St., Henderson. 

BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES TU503 

Chairman J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson 

Vice-Chairman Alonza C. Edwards, Hookerton 

Secretary Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Ayden 

Treasurer Terry Sanford, Fayetteville 

Executive Committee — Chairman: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr.; Vice-Chairman: A. C. Ed- 
wards; Secretary: Roy Tuinage, Jr.: Treasurer: Terry Sanford; District Superintendent: 
M. C. Dunn. 

Burlington District — District Lay Leader: James F. Rogers, Burlington; Associate 
Lay Leaders: O. A. Zachary, Sanford; E. V. Wood, Siler City; T. Roy Phillips, Car- 
thage; L. Warren McAdams, Swepsonville; Ralph Aldridge, Yanceyville; Joe W. Holmes, 
Burlington; District Superintendent — Allen P. Brantley, 503 Tarleton St., Burlington. 

Durham District — District Lay Leader: Dr. Frank Hanft, Chapel Hill; Associate 
Lay Leaders: James Ramsey, Box 194, Roxboro; W. F. Latham, Butner; Paul Carr, Sr., 
Hillsboro; James T. Patrick, Durham; District Superintendent: Chancie D. Barclift, 
1002 W. Knox St., Durham. 

Elizabeth City District — District Lay Leader: John Turner, Elizabeth City; Asso- 
ciate Lay Leaders: Curtis V. Powell, Corapeake; C. S. Meekins, Manteo; A. M. Spar- 
row, Belhaven; Gerald D. James, Edenton; L. C. Winslow, Hertford; Nelson Banks, 
Washington; W. M. McCowan, Manteo; District Superintendent: Robert L. Jerome, 
Box 662, Elizabeth City. 

Fayetteville District — District Lay Leader: R. E. Lupper, Fayetteville; Associate 
Lay Leaders: Joe C. Stowe, Hamlet; J. H. Brisson, St. Pauls; Clarence Black, Jackson 
Springs; Tracy Watson, Maxton; John T. Henley, Hope Mills; Sam H. Helton, Troy; 
District Superintendent: Millard C. Dunn, Box 3246, Fayetteville. 

Goldsboro District — District Lay Leader: A. C. Edwards, Hookerton; Associate Lay 
Leaders: Robert Rose, Goldsboro; J. T. Doughtie, Clinton; Robert West, Warsaw; 
Harold Bailey, Walstonburg; Robert A. Spence, Smithfield; District Superintendent: 
Howard M. McLamb, Rt. 3, Goldsboro. 

New Bern District — District Lay Leader: Roy Turnage, Jr., Ayden; Associate Lay 
Leaders: Tom Noe, Morehead City; Hugh Ragsdale, Richlands; James E. Thomas, 
Kinston; Wyatt Brown, Greenville; Harry Wright, New Bern; District Superintendent: 
A. Jarvis Hobbs, Box 187, New Bern. 

Raleigh District — District Lay Leader: W. D. Payne, Henderson; Associate Lay 
Leaders: John York, Louisburg; Max Burt, Fuquay Springs; John H. Harris, Raleigh; 
Herbert Ridgeway, Raleigh; W. R. Drake, Macon; District Superintendent: Graham S. 
Eubank, 1913 Reid St., Raleigh. 

Rocky Mount District — District Lay Leader: E. E. Adkins, Rocky Mount; Associate 
Lay Leaders: Charles Cousins, Windsor; Kenneth Stokes, Severn; D. O. Speir, Bethel; 
L. Taylor Oakes, Roanoke Rapids; District Superintendent: Walter C. Ball, 803 Syca- 
more St., Rocky Mount. 

Wilmington District — District Lay Leader: A. E. Goldfinch, Tabor City; Associate 
Lay Leaders: J. H. Hemingway, Elizabethtown; Charles Gardner, Lumberton; Wade 
Pierce, Wilmington; Dr. W. C. Burns, Whiteville; Ray Walton, Southport; District 
Superintendent: J. E. Garlington, 1516 Market St., Wilmington. 

BOARD OF HOSPITALS AND HOMES 111571 

President Howard P. Powell 

Vice-President M. W. Warren 

Secretary Ben F. Musser 



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Clerical: J. C. P. Brown, K. R. Wheeler, Leon W. Ross, M. W. Warren, E. B. Ed- 
wards, C. A. Johnson, H. P. Powell, B. F. Musser, J. D. Aycock. 

Lay: William Coble, Burlington; E. W. Dunham, Swift Ave., Durham; L. R. Fore- 
man, Elizabeth City; Mrs. R. D. McCloud, Biscoe; Emmet Jones, La Grange; Julian 
Quinn, Kinston; C. K. Burgess, Raleigh; Walter Dunn, Elm City; W. A. McGirt, Wil- 
mington. 

Ex officio members: J. F. Coble, R. L. Dicks, R. L. Nicks, Ross Porter, and any- 
General Board member residing within the Conference. 

COMMISSION ON MINIMUM SALARY J[826 

Chairman M. W. Lawrence 

Secretary T. A. Collins 

Members: One representative from the Commission on Town and Country Work: 
D. D. Traynham; One representative from the Commission on World Service and 
Finance: C. S. Hubbard; One representative from the Board of Missions: T. A. Collins; 
One Pastor: W. M. Lawrence; One District Superintendent: J. E. Garlington; Two 
Laymen: John Calvin Daily, Durham; Van C. Fleming, Greenville. 

BOARD OF MINISTERIAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS H669 

Chairman W. M. Howard, Jr. 

Vice-Chairman D. L. Fouts 

Registrar W. N. McDonald 

Members: H. L. Smith, Jr., R. E. Cushman, R. T. Commander, A. C. Lee, D. L. 
Fouts, W. M. Howard, Jr., \V. N. McDonald, W. C. Wilson, J. D. A. Autry. 

Members-at-large: 1. D. Young, H. L. Watson, W. B. Petteway, W. L. Freeman, 
C. W. Barbee. 

BOARD OF MISSIONS 111295 

President Clyde S. Boggs 

Vice-President J. W. Page 

Secretary W. D. Caviness 

Conference Missionary Secretary M. W. Lawrence 

Executive Secretary O. L. Hathaway 

Executive Committee: Clyde S. Boggs, J. W. Page, W. D. Caviness, M. W. Law- 
rence, O. L. Hathaway, C. P.' Womack, R. E. L. Moser, T. A. Collins. 

Clerical: Rufus Stark, B. S. Harrison, N. W. Grant, C. S. Boggs, R. H. Lewis, 
Marvin Vick, J. W. Page, C. P. Womack, R. H. Jordan. 

Lay: Hugh Cummings, Country Club Drive, Burlington; C. H. Chewning, 113 
Markham, Durham; C. S. Meekins, Wanchese; Vernon Hogan, Norman; S. N. Welch, 
Clinton; Mrs. W. F. Dowdy, New Bern; Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; Leighton Blount, 
Bethel; Josiah Maultsby, Sr., Whiteville. 

Members-at-large: S. D. McMillan, Jr., J. W. Hensdalc, George L. Jordan, W. D. 
Caviness. 

Members ex officio: The District Superintendents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, 
R. L. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, 
J. E. Garlington; The District Missionary Secretaries: D. J. Reid, L. C. Vereen, C. J. 
Andrews, W. R. Stevens, A. C. Lee, R. L. Crossno, R. E. L. Moser, Leon Russell, 
A. P. Hill, Jr; Conference Missionary Secretary: M. W. Lawrence; Conference Lay 
Leader: Nelson Gibson; President of Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service: 
Mrs. Pierce Johnson; Executive Director, Conference Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. 
King; Chairman of Commission on World Service and Finance: G. S. Garris; Members 
of General Board: W. Jasper Smith; Two Young Men and Two Young Women nomi- 



20 North Carolina Annual Conference 

nated by the Conference Youth Organization: Dan Earnhardt, Durham; Alex Watson, 
New Bern; Nancy Compton, Raleigh; Virginia Turlington, Durham; Executive Secre- 
tary of Board of Missions: O. L. Hathaway; Chairman, Minimum Salary Commission: 
M. W. Lawrence; Presidents and Full-time Executives of City and District Missionary 
Societies: Harold Eckart, Raleigh; Chairman of Conference Commission on Town and 
Country Work: K. W. Taylor. 



Standing Committee on Survey: C. W. Robbins, Chairman; Thomas A. Colli 
retary; J. E. Garlington, K. W. Taylor, plus District Missionary Secretaries (list 



Secretary 
above). 



ins, 
(listed 



BOARD OF PENSIONS 1J1613 



Chairman J onn M. Dozier, Durham 

Vice-Chairman R- L. Cox, Mount Olive 

Secretary W. R. Stevens 

Term expires 1960: R. L. Cox, Mount Olive; John Hackney, Wilson; A. M. Hub- 
bard, Sanford; A. B. Kelly, T. R. Jenkins, W. R. Stevens, I. J. Strawbridge. 

Term expires 1964: J. D. A. Autry; F. Owen Fitzgerald; John M. Dozier, Duke 
University, Durham: Edmund Mann, Washington; J. H. Miller, Sr.; A. S. Parker; Harold 
Staton, Bethel. 

COMMISSION ON LOCAL CHURCH EMPHASIS 112017 

Chairman Graham Eubank 

Vice-Chairman T. M. Vick 

Secretary-Treasurer Paul Carruth 

Members — The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; The District Superintendents: 
A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, R. L. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, 
G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. One minister from each District: C. P. 
Womack, V. E. Queen, O. K. Ingram, J. W. Page, Leon Couch, T. M. Vick, H. P. 
Powell, Leon Russell, Paul Carruth. Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. Dis- 
trict Lay Leaders: J. F. Rogers, Frank Hanft, Fred Ritter, Terry Sanford, A. C. Ed- 
wards, Roy L. Turnage, Jr., H. L. Ridgeway, Jr., E. E. Adkins, A. E. Goldfinch. 
President of Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson. 
One representative from Board of Education: J. A. Russell; One representative from 
Board of Missions: C. P. Womack; One representative from Board of Evangelism: J. W. 
Lineberger; One representative from the Commission on World Service and Finance: 
T. W. Heath, Jr., Kinston; President of Conference Youth Fellowship: Francis Brad- 
shaw, Duke University, Durham. 

COMMISSION ON PROMOTION AND CULTIVATION 11755 

Chairman O. L. Hathaway 

Vice-Chairman Clyde Boggs 

Secretary J- Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

Membership: The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; The District Superintendents: 
A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, R. L. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. 
Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, j. E. Garlington; Chairman of Commission on 
World Service and Finance: G. S. Garris, Troy; Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson 
Gibson, Jr., Gibson; President of Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce 
Johnson, Weldon; Executive Secretary of Board of Education: C. P. Morris; Chairman 
of Board of Missions: Clyde S. Boggs; Chairman of Board of Education: V. E. Queen; 
Chairman of Board of Evangelism: Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh; Chairman of Board of 
Lay Activities: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; Members of General Commission residing 
within bounds of Annual Conference: O. L. Hathaway; and Chairman of other Confer- 
ence agencies as may be desired by the Bishop and his Cabinet. 



Journal of Proceedings 21 

BOARD OF TEMPERANCE 111532 

President D. W. Charlton 

Vice-President E. L. Earnhardt 

Secretary W. M. Wells, Jr. 

Clerical: Roger Garland, O. V. Elkins, Van T. Crawford, D. \Y. Charlton, E. L. 
Earnhardt, W. B. Cotton, H. F. Leatherman, L. P. Jackson, W. M. Wells, Jr. 

Lay: Harvey Mitchell, Burlington; R. C. Compton, Cedar Grove; Roy Gray, 
Hatteras; Younger Sneed, Raeford; Mrs. Wilton Holovvell, 1506 Holly Street, Golds- 
boro; Mrs. Joe S. Johnson, Rhem Ave., New Bern; Mrs. Earl W. Brian, Raleigh; Two 
young people under twenty-three years of age at the time of their election, nominated 
by the Annual Conference of Methodist Youth Fellowship: Carolee Wood, Siler City; 
Al Thompson, Hamlet; Secretary of Christian Social Relations of Woman's Society of 
Christian Service: Mrs. S. \V. Anderson, Whitakers; Members of the General Board of 
Temperance residing within the bounds of the Annual Conference. 

COMMISSION ON TOWN AND COUNTRY WORK 111231 

Chairman Key W. Taylor 

Vice-Chairman D. D. Traynham 

Secretary Ralph I. Epps 

Director of Field Work Roy L. Turnage, Jr. 

Research Secretary Martin R. Chambers 

Executive Committee: Key W. Taylor, 1). 1). Traynham, Ralph I. Epps, H. M. 
McLamb. 

Members: The Presiding Bishop: Paul X. Garber; The District Superintendents: 
A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, H. 1.. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, 
G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, |. E. Garlinsjton; One rural pastor from each District: 
Rufus Stark, II, A. M. Williams, A. \I. Cameron, \. P. Edens, H. L. Harrell, R. Bruce 
Pate, D. D. Traynham, II. L. Davis; One rural Layman from each District: J. W. 
McAnulty, Robbins; W. W. Fitzgerald, Quail Roost Farm, Rougemont; W. R. Carver, 
Route 3, Elizabeth City; Hen W. Oakes, White Oak; O. J. Howell, Jr., Route 5, Golds- 
boro; J. T. Ipock, Route 2, New Bern; C. B. Basket. Henderson; L. M. Piland, Sea- 
board; J. W. Wilson, Lumberton; Conference Missionary Secretary: M. W. Lawrence; 
Executive Director, Conference Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. King; Executive Sec- 
retary, Conference Board of Education: C. P. Morris; President of Conference Woman's 
Society of Christian Service: Mis. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; A representative from the 
Conference Board of Missions: C. H. Mercer; A representative from Conference Board 
of Education: L. A. Tilley; A representative from the Woman's Society of Christian 
Service: Mrs. Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; A representative from the Conference Board 
of Lay Activities: A. C. Edwards, Hookerton; A representative from the Conference 
Board of Evangelism: R. E. Walston; A representative from the Conference Youth Fel- 
lowship: Ken Vaughn, State College, Raleigh; A representative from the Methodist 
Rural Fellowship: Jean Gainey, Maxton; and five members at large: C. W. Goldston, 
Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, Whitakers; T. A. Collins, Aaron G. Tyson, W. S. Davenport, Ply- 
mouth; District Directors of Town and Country Work: II. L. Harriss, A. M. Williams, 
W. Everette Eason, X. P. Edens, H. L. Harrell, R. B. Pate, W. E. Howard, N. B. Hill, 
Jr., J. H. Parrish. 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 11711 

Chairman Charles E. Jordan, Durham 

Vice-Chairman L. C. Larkin 

Secretary-Treasurer J. F. Coble 

Term expires in 1960: W. B. Cooper, C. E. Jordan, L. C. Larkin. 

Term expires in 1961: W. A. Tew, C. A. Dillon, J. K. Bostick. 

Term expires in 1962: J. L. Home, T. B. Hough, R. H. Sales. 



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COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 11791 

Chairman G. S. Garriss, Troy 

Vice-Chairman C. S. Hubbard 

Secretary J. V. Early 

Clerical: J. V. Early, C. S. Hubbard, C. F. Heath, W. J. Neese, A. L. Thompson. 

Lay: N. B. Dozier, Rocky Mount; G. S. Garriss, Troy; M. Carr Gibson, Lumberton; 
T. W. Heath, Jr., Kinston; e E. L. White, Wilmington; Bill Price, Burlington. 

"Deceased 

CONFERENCE COMMISSION ON WORSHIP TJ1569 

Chairman Vergil E. Queen 

Vice-Chairman Brooks Patten 

Secretary Charles H. Mercer 

Ex Officio Members: C. P. Morris; H. K. King; Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; James 
Long, Blanch; Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; and John S. Rudin, II. Elective members: 
Charles H. Mercer, E. G. Purcell, Jr., V. E. Queen, George Megill, E. H. Smotherman, 
R. Bruce Pate. Brooks Patten, F. E. Still, and Paul Carruth. 



QUADRENNIAL COMMITTEES 

COMMITTEE ON APPEALS 

Chairman R. Z. Newton 

Vice-Chairman A. H. Borland 

Secretary E. C. Crawford 

Clerical: W. W. Bishop, E. C. Crawford, Carl A. Johnson. 

Lay: A. H. Borland, Durham; Luther Hamilton, Morehead City; Don Ward, Mt. 
Olive. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE CALENDAR OF WORK 

G. L. Kinley, C. P. Morris, George Stephens, Durham. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE ENTERTAINMENT 

Chairman Terry Sanford 

Vice-Chairman Edgar B. Fisher 

Secretary M. W. Lawrence 

Clerical: E. B. Fisher, M. W. Lawrence, V. E. Queen. 

Lay: Terry Sanford, Fayetteville; Marshall Spears, Durham. 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON MASTER-PLAN OF CIRCUITS 
AND STATIONS 

Membership: The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; District Superintendents: A. P. 
Brantley, C. D. Barclift, R. L. Jerome,' M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, 
Graham Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson 
Gibson, Jr., Gibson; District Lay Leaders: James F. Rogers, Burlington; Frank W. Hanft, 
Chapel Hill; John Turner, Elizabeth City; R. E. Lupper, Fayetteville; A. C. Edwards, 
Hookerton; Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Ayden; Herbert Ridgeway, Ridgeway's Inc., Raleigh; 
E. E. Adkins, Rocky Mount; A. E. Goldfinch, Tabor City. Conference Secretary of 
Town and Country Work: Ralph I. Epps; District Directors of Town and Country 
Work: H. L. Harris, A. M. Williams, W. Everette Eason, N. P. Edens, H. L. Harrell, 
R. B. Pate, W. E. Howard, N. B. Hill, Jr., J. H. Parrish. - 



Journal of Proceedings 23 

COMMITTEE ON MEMOIRS 

\V. C. Wilson, Chairman; Bishop Paul N. Garber, A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, 
R. L. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, 
J. E. Garlington. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE PROGRAM 

Bishop Paul N. Garber; The District Superintendent of the District in which the 
Annual Conference is held: Walter C. Ball; Secretary of the Conference: W. Carleton 
Wilson; Pastor host of the Conference: Leon Russell: Conference Lay Leader: J. Nel- 
son Gibson, Jr., Gibson. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS U668 

Chairman Charles E. Vale 

Vice-Chairman G. W. Blount 

Secretary W. G. Brogan 

Term expires in 1960: C. W. Barbee, H. B. Lewis, \\ . A. Went/.. 

Term expires in 1961: J. M. Cline, H. L. Davis. T. B. Hough. 

Term expires in 1962: W. G. Brogan. G. W. Blount, C. E. Vale. 

BOARD OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS U1550.2 

Chairman T. J. Whitehead 

Vice-Chairman J. T. Maides 

Secretary R. L. Fleming 

Clerical: T. |. Whitehead, W. A. Seawell, A. \I. Cameron, C. G. Nickens, R. L. 
Fleming, Jr., R. E. L. Moser, W. K. Quick, J. T. Maides. 

Lay: Ben Bulla, Saxapahaw ; B. I. Satterfield, Timberlake; Frank Harris, Elizabeth 
City; John Ray Owen, Fayetteville; Vergil S. Lucas, GoldsboTO; William Stroud, Ayden. 
Fred Royster, Henderson; I. E. Ready, Roanoke Rapids; T. L. White, Lumberton. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RULES 

W. C. Wilson, Chairman; C. J. Andrews, G. W. Crutchfield, L. C. Allen, Sr., 
Burlington; Knox Andrews, Sr., Lumberton. 

TELEVISION, RADIO AND FILM COMMISSION — 1959-60 

Chairman Wallace Kirby 

Vice-Chairman Christian White 

Secretary Thomas A. Collins 

Members: One District Superintendent: R. L. Jerome; Five persons whose training 
and experience qualify them: Kenneth G. Hite, Greenville; A. K. King, Sr., Chapel Hill; 
Dr. Landis Bennett, Raleigh; Reverend Harold Minor, Durham; Christian White; 
Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Education: C. P. Morris; Executive Secre- 
tary, Conference Board of Missions: O. L. Hathaway; Executive Director, Conference 
Board of Evangelism: H. K. King; President, Conference W.S.C.S.: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, 
W'eldon; Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr.; One person from each district 
who shall act as district director of TRAFCO: W. A. Tew, A. Kimsey King, Jr., R. E. 
Fowlkes, J. H. Lanning. W. H. Kirby. C. F. Hirschi, W. K. Quick, S. G. Boone, E. P. 
Osteen. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN VOCATIONS 11675 

Chairman Herman S. Winberry 

Vice-Chairman Kermit Wheeler 

Secretary R. L. Bame 



04 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Members — Representative of the Cabinet: A. P. Brantley; Executive Secretary 
Conference Board of Education: C. P. Morris; Conference Director of Youth Work: 
G. R. McKenzie, Jr.; Chairman of Conference Board of Ministerial Training and Quali- 
fications: W. M. Howard, Jr.; A representative from the Conference Board of Missions: 
N. W. Grant; A representative from the Conference Board of Hospitals and Homes: 
K. R. Wheeler; A representative from the Conference Board of Lay Activities: Fred 
Ritter; A representative from the Conference Board of Evangelism: B. L. Davidson; 
A representative from the Conference Deaconess Board: Miss Ethelynde Ballance, 
Raeford; A representative from Conference Committee on World Peace: Barney Lee 
Tones; A representative of the State Regional Methodist Student Movement: M. W. 
Wells, Jr.; One youth under twenty-three years of age: Francis Bradshaw, Durham; 
Secretary* of Missionary Personnel of the Conference Woman's Society of Christian 
Service: Mrs. Allen C. Lee, Farmville; One minister from each District: H. L. Harris, 
J. Paul Edwards, J. A. Auman, R. L. Bame, E. E. Whitley, R. H. Eason, Brooks Patten, 
R. C. Mooney, Jr., C. F. Grill. 

The Cabinet or the Commission may appoint other persons to the Commission 
when advisable. 

COMMITTEE ON WORLD PEACE A1542 

Chairman L. A. Watts 

Vice-Chairman Elgin White, Elizabeth City 

Secretary-Treasurer Carl Newton 

Clerical: C. J. Andrews, Barney Lee Jones, O. S. Williams, L. A. Watts, M. R. 
Gardner, G. R. McKenzie, C. W. Robbins, Eugene Tisdale, Carl Newton. 

Lay: W. M. Wren, Siler City; R. B. House, Chapel Hill; Elgin White, 109 East 
Broad St., Elizabeth City; R. L. Diggs, Rockingham; A. G. Pelt, Jr., Goldsboro; Paul 
W. Crayton, Trent Park, New Bern; J. W. McGee, Gary; Mrs. G. M. Holly, Colerain; 
W. C. Truitt. Tabor City. 



COMMITTEES FOR THE 1959 CONFERENCE 

COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES AND INTRODUCTIONS 

M. C. Dunn, J. V. Early, W. J. Neese. 

COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

C. D. Barclift, Convener 
One minister from each district: Burlington: Rufus Stark; Durham, J. E. Sponen- 
berg; Elizabeth City, A. M. Cameron; Fayetteville: J. C. P. Brown; Goldsboro: J. H. 
Miller, Jr.; New Bern: E. J. Bedsworth; Raleigh: J. C. Glass, Jr.; Rocky Mount: Charles 
Mewborn; Wilmington: W. J. Neese. 

COMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATION 

A. P. Brantley, Convener 
Principals: J. M. Cline, Chairman; George Blount, C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley; Secre- 
tary: J. P. Pegg. 

Alternates: C. H. Mercer, R. L. Bame, T. R. Jenkins. 

COMMITTEE ON MINUTES 

J. D. Young, K. R. Wheeler, C. G. Nickens 



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COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS AND REFERENCES 

C. Freeman Heath, Convener 
Ministers: J. D. Young, J. W. Page, J. W. Lineberger, Leon Russell, T. B. Hough. 
Laymen: J. E. Rogers, Fred Ritter, Harold Baily, C. M. Bullock. 

OTHER COMMITTEES, CONFERENCE RELATED 
ORGANIZATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS 

CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS— 1959-1960 

President C. Freeman Heath 

Lay Vice-President C. S. Meekins 

Ministerial Vice-President L. L. Parrish 

Secretary-Treasurer K. R. Wheeler 

District Directors: Burlington — C. P. Womack, Siler City; Durham — L. C. Vereen, 
1210 Broad St., Durham; Elizabeth City — J. E. Richardson, Edenton; Fayetteville — 
H. C. Ruark, Laurinburg; Goldsboro — D. A. Petty, Rose Hill; New Bern— L. A. Aitken, 
Greenville; Raleigh — W. L. Clegg. Raleigh; Rocky Mount — L. L. Parrish, Roanoke 
Rapids; Wilmington — Jack Newsome, 110 Ridgeway Dr., Wilmington. 

CAMP DON-LEE, INCORPORATED 

President L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City 

Vice-President F. L. Blount, Bethel 

Secretary C. P. Morris 

Term expires in I960: J. E. Garlington, j. 11. Hose. Greenville; T. J. Whitehead. 

Term expires in 1961: F. L. Blount, Bethel; L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City; Brooks 
Patten. 

Term expires in 1962: T. J. Collier, Bayboro; J. Paul Frizzelle, Snow Hill, C. P. 
Morris. 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF COLLEGE VISITORS 

Chairman L. C. Vereen 

Vice-Chairman Paul Carruth 

Secretary A. L. Thompson 

Members — Two members from the Commission on World Service and Finance: 
N. B. Dozier, Rocky Mount; and A. L. Thompson; Two members from the Board of 
Education: Paul Carruth and Julian Aldridge; Two members from Board of Lay Ac- 
tivities: John York, Louisburg, and Robert Rose, Goldsboro; One member from the 
Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications: yv. l. Freeman; One member from 
the Board of Evangelism: Robert \V. Bradshaw; Two members from the Commission 
on Town and Country Work: J. H. Miller, Jr., and L. A. Tilley; Two members from the 
Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. D. L. Fouts, Mount Olive, and Mrs. Leon 
M. Hall, Durham; Two members from the Board of Missions: R. S. Harrison and L. C. 
Vereen. 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE DUKE ALUMNI OFFICERS— 1959-60 

President W. D. Caviness 

First Vice-President W. A. Crow 

Second Vice-President J- P. Edwards 

Secretary A. F. Fisher 

Treasurer Harmon L. Smith 

Board of Managers: John M. Cline, Rufus H. Stark, Carl F. Hirschi. 



26 North Carolina Annual Conference 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
ALUMNI OFFICERS— 1959-60 

President Harvey Johnson 

Vice-President J. K. Bostick 

Secretary James A. Auman 

CONFERENCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS— 1959-60 

President Leon Russell 

First Vice-President J. Paul Edwards 

Second Vice-President Cecil W. Robbins 

Third Vice-President W. K. Quick 

Secretary CD. Barclift 

THE METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION OF 
NORTH CAROLINA, INCORPORATED 

Chairman Edwin L. Jones 

President J. C. Cowan, Jr. 

Vice-President B. Everette Jordan 

Vice-President James G. Hanes 

Vice-President Gurney P. Hood 

Vice-President George M. Ivey 

Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

Secretary Bill Price 

Executive Committee: J. C. Cowan, Jr., L. Roscoe Foreman, Carl King, James P. 
Hanes, Gurney P. Hood, Edwin L. Jones, C. E. Jordan, Bill Price, Marshall T. Spears. 

Board of Trustees: James G. Hanes, Chairman; C. A. Dillon, Vice-Chairman; 
W. Arthur Kale, Secretary; George M. hey, Reid A. Maynard, W. B. Moore, McNeill 
Smith, Raymond Smith, W. Frank Taylor. 

Executive Council: J. C. Cowan, Jr., Chairman: Gurney P. Hood, Vice-Chairman; 
Bill Price, Secretary; Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Assistant Secretary; Mrs. Clarence C. Cran- 
ford, Assistant Secretary; John O. Gunn, Marshall T. Spears, J. R. Foreman, Joseph 
Talley, Leon Couch, J. H. Rose, Charles McAdams, N. B. Dozier, Jr., Herbert Hodgins, 
C. E. Morgan, W. Kenneth Goodson, Albert G. Myers, Jr., J. C. Cowan, Jr., Garland 
Stafford, J. C. Sossman, Carl King, Flake Sherrill, George Finch, Jonathan Woody, B. S. 
Womble. 

Ex-OfRcio Members: Bishops — Paul N. Garber, Richmond Area; Nolan B. Harmon, 
Charlotte Area; Carl King, C. P. Morris, E. H. Blackard, Vergil Queen, Stacey Weaver, 
Herbert Wayne, J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Edwin L. Jones, E. K. McLarty, A. Hollis Edens, 
Harold H. Hutson, Dennis H. Cooke, C. W. Robbins. 

Members at Large: C. E. Jordan, J. G. Hanes, Arthur Kale, R. Pitt Marshall, Gurney 
Hood. 

THE METHODIST FOUNDATION, INCORPORATED 

(Chartered in 1955 as Methodist Fund Incorporated) 

President Gurney P. Hood 

Vice-President John M. Dozier 

Secretary -Treasurer * Marvin J. Cowell 

Assistant Secretary Edna M. Rodgers (Non-Member) 

Director, Dept. of Gifts and Wills Olin F. Hunt 

P. O. Bos. 10644, Raleigh, N. C. 

Clerical: Charles S. Hubbard, O. Kelly Ingram, Thomas A. Collins. Vergil E. 
Queen, Paul Carruth, Joseph F. Coble, O. L. Hathaway. 

Lay: Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; John M. Dozier, Durham; Marvin J. Cowell, Box 
10344, Raleigh; Dr. Olin F. Hunt, Raleigh; Garland S. Garris, Troy; Bill Price, Burling- 
ton; John C. Brauer, Chapel Hill; X Herbert Waldrop, Greenville; J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., 



Journal of Proceedings 27 

Gibson; Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; Charles E. Jordon, Durham; Earl W. Brian, 
Raleigh; Charles H. Young, Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Ayden. 

METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN, INC. 

Robert L. Nicks, Superintendent 

Officers, Board of Trustees: C. A. Dillon, Sr., President; Dr. E. L. Hillman, Vice- 
President; C. R. Philpot, Secretary. 

Executive Committee: C. A. Dillon, Sr., Chairman; Dr. E. L. Hillman, P. D. Snipes, 
Charles H. Young, D. L. Cozart, Sr., C. R. Philpot. 

Finance Committee: Charles II. Young, Chairman; C. A. Dillon, Sr., Guy E. Barnes, 
W. C. Chadwick, P. D. Snipes, Dr. E. L. Hillman. 

Term expires in 1961: Rev. O. L. Hathaway, Rev. Leon Couch, Guy E. Barnes, 
Jack Gibbons, Reynolds May, Wesley Foreman, Dr. E. L. Hillman, J. A. Lindsay. 

Term expires in 1963: D. L. Cozart, Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, C. R. Philpot, Judge Mar- 
shall T. Spears. \Y. C. Chadwick, John W. Hensdale, Rev. Leon Russell, M. R. 
Zimmerman. 

Term expires in 1965: Harold Makepeace, S. T. Peace, fr., Walter Biggs, P. D. 
Snipes, C. A. Dillon, W. A. McGirt, Mrs. E. Y. Speed, Charles H. Young. 

Honorary Trustees: °Rev. L. S. Massey, Judge J. C. Biggs. 

METHODIST BOARD OF PUBLICATION, INCORPORATED 

President C. E. Jordan 

Vice-President Wilson O. Weldon 

Secretary O. X. Ingram 

Members: O. K. Ingrain, C. E. Jordan, N. E. Edgerton, W. B. Hall, J. X. Hackney, 
\V. O. Weldon, II. G. Allen, L. W. Routh, A. J. Hobbs, T. C. Hoyle. 

THE METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC. 

President of the Board of Trustees M. M. Fowler 

First Vice-President Broadus Foushee 

Second Vice-President Ray S. Barbre 

Secretary J. F. Coble 

Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

Executive Committee: M. M. Fowler, First Vice-President; Ray S. Barbre, Second 
Vice-President; Rev. J. F. Coble, Secretary and Superintendent; Rev. C. D. Barclift, 
Durham District Superintendent; Chairmen of Standing Committees: J. W. Jen- 
kins, Jr., Admissions; W. M. Wren, Auditing; J. B. YonCanon, Building and Grounds; 
Reid A. Maynard, Finance and Investments; Cale K. Burgess, Legal; Dr. C. S. Criss- 
man, Medical and Health; J. P. Gibbons, Special Gifts. 

Ex officio Members: Bishop Paul \. Garber and the District Superintendents: A. P. 
Brantley, C. D. Barclift, R. L. Jerome, M. C. Dunn, H. M. McLamb, G. S. Eubank, 
A. J. Hobbs, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington, and Mrs. II. C. Satterfield, Jr., Durham, 
President of the Auxiliary. 

Trustees: 

Term expires I960: J. \\ . Hensdale, Fayetteville; Mrs. D. S. Coltrane, Raleigh; 
Rev. A. S. Parker, Henderson; Mrs. Marshall T. Spears, Durham; Rev. W. V. McRac, 
Lake Junaluska; Ray S. Barbre, Kinston; Mrs. II. I. Glass, Durham; Dillard Tcer, Dur- 
ham; Q. K. Nimocks, III, Fayetteville; J. B. VonCanon, West End; G. C. Seymour, 
Aberdeen; Cale K". Burgess, Raleigh; W. B. Chalk, Morehead City; Dr. C. S. Crissman, 
Graham; C. G. Buie, Biscoe. 

Terms Expires in 1961: W. M. Wren, Siler City; J. P. Gibbons, Hamlet; M. M. 
Fowler, Durham; Mrs. J. H. Seamans, Durham; Mrs. Norwood Thomas, Durham; 
Harold Makepeace, Sanford; Hugh Ragsdale, Richlands; L. C. Winslow, Hertford; 
Josiah Maultsby, Sr., Whiteville; Dr. J. H. Cutchin. Whitakers; Everett Blake, Wilson; 

"Deceased 



28 North Carolina Annual Conference 

J. VV. Jenkins, Jr., Henderson; Ross Porter, Hillsboro; Harmon Register, Clinton; Sam 
H. Stallings, Smithfield. 

Term to expire in 1962: E. R. Clegg, Pittsboro; Reid A. Maynard, Rurlington; M. W. 
Lawrence, Durham; L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City; N. W. Grant, Raleigh; W. R. 
Stevens, Rockingham; Manly G. Mann, Raleigh; H. J. Carr, Roseboro; B. Troy Fer- 
guson, Raleigh; J. L. Home, Rocky Mount; M. C. Dunn, Fayetteville; J. E. Garlington, 
Wilmington; J. H. Rose, Greenville; O. L. Hathaway, Raleigh; Waylan Joyner. 

SUPPLY PASTORS' FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS 

President H. B. Jones 

Secretary-Treasurer B. P. Tyson 

Advisor C. Wade Goldston 

(Sponsored by the Conference Commission on Town and Country Work). 

CONFERENCE METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS— 1959-60 

President Jack Edwards, Rt. 3, Box 295, Goldsboro 

Vice-President Harry Harper, 626 Peachtree St., Rocky Mount 

Secretary Susan Blount Hill, 2614 Cooleemee Dr., Raleigh 

Treasurer Bill Graham, 26 Oakwood Dr., Chapel Hill 

Publicity Superintendent Glenda Pittman, Box 238, Rt. 1, Halifax 

Area Chairmen — Christian Faith: Diana Bess Montgomery, Rt. 3, Smithfield; Chris- 
tian Witness: Betsy Cameron Burnette, 908 Arnette Ave., Durham; Christian Outreach: 
Harold Goodyear, 205 West Tenth Street, Lumberton; Christian Citizenship: Graham 
Rouse, 202 Kenneth Blvd., Havelock; Christian Fellowship: Linda Pearson, 1002 Pine 
Hill Road, Fayetteville; UCYM Representative: Charles Taft, 1707 East Fifth Street, 
Greenville. 

NORTH CAROLINA COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

Lay representatives from the North Carolina Conference: B. G. Childs, R. L. Cox, 
J. N. Gibson, F. W. Hanft, Mrs. E. L. Hillman, J. A. Holmes, Gurney P. Hood, Mrs. 
Gurney P. Hood, J. L. Home, B. M. Madison, R. C. Parker, Mrs. GlenSi Pendleton, 
J. F. Rogers, B. I. Satterfield, W. J. Smith, S. B. Underwood, Jr. 

Clerical representatives from the North Carolina Conference: Walter C. Ball, T. J. 
Barrett, J. K. Bostick, R. W. Bradshaw, W. L. Clegg, Leon Couch, D. E. Earnhardt, 
E. L. Hillman, W. M. Howard, J. L. Joyce, F. S. Love, C. P. Morris, V. E. Queen, 
C. W. Robbins, H. G. Ruark, John J. Rudin, W. M. Wells, Jr., C. P. Womack, T. J. 
Whitehead. 

NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL (BOARD OF MANAGERS) 

President Wilson O. Weldon 

Vice-President A. J. Hobbs 

Secretary E. B. Fisher 

Treasurer C. P. Morris 

Members from the North Carolina Conference: A. J. Hobbs, Vergil E. Queen, R. G. 
Dawson, A. S. Parker, S. J. Stames, L. C. Vereen, C. P. Morris, Paul Carruth, J. W. 
Lineberger, Gurney P. Hood, Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, C. E. Jordan. 

Members from the Western North Carolina Conference: Wilson O. Weldon, Carl 
H. King, Ralph Jacks, W. K. Goodson, Robert G. Tuttle, Eugene C. Few, I. L. Roberts. 

INTER-CONFERENCE COMMISSION ON STUDENT RELIGIOUS WORK 

Executive Committee; 

Chairman Howard C. Wilkinson, 4752 Duke Station, Durham 

Vice-Chairman Troy J. Barrett, Warrenton 

Secretary-Treasurer C. P. Morris, 6667 College Station, Durham 

Member W. A. Kale, Duke Divinity School, Durham 

Member Carl H. King, Box 828, Salisbury 



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Member V. E. Queen, 513 West Church St., Elizabeth City 

State Director of the Methodist Student Movement W. M. Wells, Jr., 

107 Odell Place, Greensboro 

Members from the North Carolina Conference (SeJ): W. W. Austin,, (Layman) 
Raleigh; Troy J. Barrett, Warrenton; Mrs. H. A. Davis, Raleigh; Mrs. Taylor Long, 
(WSCS) Blanch; C. P. Morris, Durham; V. E. Queen, Elizabeth City; Henry G. Ru- 
ark, Laurinburg; Virginia Turlington (Student), Dunn; ex officio: W. M. Wells, Jr., 
State Director, Greensboro. 

Members from the Western North Carolina Conference: Mary Bethea (WSCS). 
Misenheimer; Marian Craig, Wadesboro; Joan Gibson (student), Hayesville; J. G. 
Huggin, Gastonia; W. A. Kale, Durham; Carl H. King, Salisbury; M. S. Richey, Dur- 
ham; Howard C. Wilkinson, Durham. 

SUSTENTATION FUND COMMITTEE— Par. 828 

(Pages 197, 265, 269, 1958 Journal) 

Members: Howard P. Powell, President, Board of Hospitals and Homes; Willis 
R. Stevens, Secretary, Board of Pensions; Charles E. Vale, Chairman, Committee on 
Conference Relations. 

CONFERENCE LONG-RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE 

Chairman CD. Barclift 

Vice-Chairman T. A. Collins 

Secretary W. L. Clegg 

Membership: Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh; Walter C. Ball, C. D. Barclift, W. C. 
Chadwick, New Bern; W. L. Clegg, T. A. Collins, Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, Whrtakers; 
J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; Mrs. H. I. Glass, Durham; Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; 
A. J. Hobbs, Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; C. E. Jordan, Durham; H. K. King, C. P. 
Morris, Jasper L. Cummings, V. E. Queen, C. W. Robbins, Leon Russell, Terry Sanford, 
Fayetteville; W. Jasper Smith, Bethel; Key W. Taylor, W. A. Tew, YV. B. Petteway, 
L. S. Weaver. 

WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon 

Vice-President Mrs. H. C. Turlington, Dunn 

Recording Secretary Mrs. H. W. Doub, Aberdeen 

Treasurer Mrs. L. C. Vereen, 1210 Broad St., Durham 

MEMBERSHIP OF DISTRICT BOARDS OF CHURCH LOCATION 
AND BUILDING 

Burlington District 

Clerical: A. P. Brantley, D. J. Reid, Rufus Stark, W. S. Potter. 
Lay: James F. Rogers, Claude Sommers, A. M. Hubbard. 

Durham District 

Clerical: C. D. Barclift, W. D. Caviness, J. H. Miller, C. Alison Simonton, Jr. 
Lay: Archie R. Davis, Carson G. Jennings, James A. Ward. 

Elizabeth City District 
Clerical: R. L. Jerome, G. W. Crutchfield, Irving Cook, A. N. Gore. 
Lay: Ed Pugh, George W. Jackson, Jarvis Henry. 

Fayetteville District 
Clerical: M. C. Dunn, R. S. Harrison, R. E. Walston, K. R. Wheeler. 
Lay: Joe Stowe, Crawford L. Thomas, F. A. Dawson. 



30 Xohth Carolina Annual Conference 

Goldsboro District 
Clerical: H. M. iMcLamb, D. L. Fouts, D. A. Petty, G. C. Megill. 
Lay: Billy Griffin, Ralph Jinnette, B. R. Boyette. 

New Bern District 
Clerical: A. J. Hobbs, L. A. Aitken, T. R. Jenkins, J. W. Lineberger. 
Lay: W. B. Chalk, Paul Crayton, Robert H. Stephens. 

Raleigh District 
Clerical: G. S. Eubank, G. W. Blount, W. G. Wegart, John T. Maides. 
Lay: B. Troy Ferguson, J. W. McGee, Walter Burgess. 

Rocky Mount District 
Clerical: W. C. Ball, Ben F. Musser, R. S. Brodie, N. B. Hill, Jr. 
Lay: D. P. McCain, Julian Aldridge, Ryland P. Edwards. 

Wilmington District 
Clerical: J. E. Garlington, J. V. Early, Paul Browning, A. P. Hill, Jr. 
Lay: Frank Ballard, Harris Ligon, Wade Pierce. 

MEMBERSHIP OF DISTRICT COMMITTEES ON MINISTERIAL 
QUALIFICATIONS 

Burlington District 

A. P. Brantley, E. B. Fisher, D. J. Reid, Rufus Stark, N. L. Jones, C. H. Mercer. 

Durham District 
C. D. Barclift, R. W. Bradshaw, A. Kimsey King, Jr., M. W. Lawrence, J. E. 
Sponenberg, Kelly J. Wilson, Jr. 

Elizabeth City District 

R. L. Jerome, A. D. Byrd, Jr., G. W. Crutchfield, V. E. Queen, J. A. Auman, 
J. E. Richardson. 

Fayetteville District 
M. C. Dunn, J. C. P. Brown, E. C. Crawford, R. S. Harrison, J. W. Page, R. E. 
Walston. 

Goldsboro District 
H. M. McLamb, Leon Couch, W. H. Kirby, J. H. Miller, Jr., E. H. Smotherman, 
G. H. Tyson. 

New Bern District 
A. J. Hobbs, E. 1. Bedsworth, T- W. Lineberger, R. F. McKee, R. Bruce Pate, 
J- P. Pegg. 

Raleigh District 
G. S. Eubank, W. L. Clegg, N. W. Grant, R. L. Nicks, W. B. Petteway, H. P. 
Powell. 

Rocky Mount District 
W. C. Ball, C. W. Barbee, D. W. Charlton, R. Grady Dawson, Ben F. Musser, 
Leon Russell. 

Wilmington District 
J. E. Garlington, J. V. Earlv, S. T. Starnes, R. L. Bame, Allen Wentz, Jr., C. F. 
Heath. 



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LAY DELEGATES TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE, 1959 



'Indicates the dele 



present it this session of the Conferei 



BURLINGTON DISTRICT 

Delegate and Address 
Ralph Holmes" 
Rt. 1, Graham 
Sherman Jones 
Siler City 
I. R. Holt 



Broadway 



Alternate and Address 

Mrs. Lonnie Thompson 

Rt. 1, Graham 

Gordon White 

Bonlee 

Mrs. Laurel Cameron" 

Rt. 7, Sanford 



Robert Pate" 

Rt. 7, Burlington 

Moody D. Riddle 

Rt. 3, Graham 

M. L. Barbee" 

Box 144, Glen Raven 

Bill Price" 

Box 267, Burlington 

Mrs. Curtis F. Garden 

1431 Beech Dr., Burlington 

G. F. Winfry" 

404 Trail 3, Burlington 

Leonnard Simmons" 

Ht. 6, Burlington 

F. F. Overman 

402 Trail 2, Burlington 

W. G. Ingle" 

410 Wildwood Lane, Burling 

Mrs. Barney Smith" 

Rt. 4, Burlington 

Colin G. Spencer, Sr." 

Carthage 

Emory Brown 

Cameron 

Jimmy McDowell" 

Rt. 1, Providence 

Mrs. Joe Troxler 

Rt. 2, Elon College 

A. H. Patterson, Jr. 

Box 597, Burlington 

Jessie Phillips" 

Rt. 1, Bear Creek 

Mrs. J. T. Johnson 

Rt. 4, Sanford 

Talton M. Johnson 

Box 552, Graham 

John Whitted 

Haw River 

J. E. Winslow 

Rt. 2, Hurdle Mills 

G. C. Amick" 
Mebane 

Harvey Barkder 4 
Semora 

Harvey Dickens" 
Rt. 1, Moncure 
Mrs. Alvin Isley" 
Rt. 2, Snow Camp 
G. E. Moore" 
Pittsboro 

U. T. Clark" 

Rt. 1, Moncure 

C. L. Williams" 

Bobbins 

V. A. Kidd" 

Rt. 1, Robbins 

J. E. Stephens 

Rt. 2, Burlington 

Mrs. Narvie Wood" 

Bt. 2, Graham 



Charles Campbell 

636 Country Club Dr., Burlington 

W. R. Lindley 

Rt. 3, Graham 

Mrs. Christian White 

Burlington 

Harold Smith" 

W. Davis St., Burlington 

Mrs. Edgar J. Hammond 

Box 631, Burlington 

Wade Fogleman 

Kernodle Dr., Graham 

John Durham 

1100 W. Harden, Burlington 

Randall Padgett" 

1510 Albright. Burlington 

Paul Davis 

417 Trollinger, Burlington 

Mrs. W. M. Reive 

Rt. 1, Elon College 

Charlie D. Davis 

Carthage 

Jimmy Roberts 

Lemon Springs 

Mrs. Mary White 

Rt. 1, Ruff in 

Richard Dodson 

Rt. 2. Elon College 

Mrs. R. C. Braxton 

507 Alamance Rd., Burlington 

E. W. Pascall 

Bt. 3, Sanford 

Mrs. S. J. Cheek 

Goldston 

George B. Crotts 

410 Ward St., Graham 

Miss Thelma Cates 

Haw Biver 

Mrs. H. T. Winstead 

Bt. 1, Leasburg 

George Batterman 

Mebane 

Henry Watkins 

Blanche 

Ben Yarborough 

Bt. 5, Sanford 

Frank Holt 

Rt. 1, Graham 

Mrs. Edith Houser 

Pittsboro 

Robert Dowdv 

Rt. 2, Pittsboro 

Clarence Moffit 

Robbins 

Miss Julia McNeill 

Rt. 1, Eagle Springs 

Roy Zelle Hornaday 

Rt. 2, Snow Camp 

Mrs. Ravmond Thompson 

Rt. 2, Mebane 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



Charge or Church 


Delegate and Address 


Sanford: 




Jonesboro Heights 


Russell Mann 




Jonesboro Heights, Sanford 


Steele Street 


J. E. Davis* 




Sanford 


Trinity 


E. M. Parrish 6 




107 Fourth, Sanford 


Sanford Circuit 


T. W. Campbell 




Rt. 2, Sanford 


Saxapahaw 


K. W. Tisdale" 




Saxapahaw 


Siler City 


Dr. Mott Blair 




Siler City 


Siler City Circuit 


Lester Murray 




717 N. 3rd Ave., Siler City 


Silk Hope 


Tarvan Smith 




Rt. 1, Siler City 


Swepsonville 


Mrs. Ed. Isley 




Rt. 3, Graham 


Union-Hebron 


G. R. Lunsford 




Rt. 1, Leasburg 


Whitney Cross 


Neal Hargrove 




Rt. 1, Snow Camp 


Yanceyville 


Mrs. Bill Murphy" 




Yanceyville 




DURHAM DISTR 


Allensville-Trinity 


E. B. Hobgood 




Rt. 1, Oxford 


Andrews-Soapstone 


S. J. Weatherly 




Rt. 6, Box 223, Durham 


Bahama 


Mrs. Onice Parrish 




Bt. 2, Rougemont 


Bethesda 


Mrs. A. H. Best 




Rt. 4, Durham 


Brooksdale-Brooldand 


Mrs. McKendry Daniel 




Rt. 3, Roxboro 


Butner 


Gherman Lane* 




Butner 


Bynum 


Mrs. Lina B. Moore 




Bynum 


Carrboro 


Robert A. Womble 




L09-A Laurel Ave., Carrboro 


Cedar Grove (Chatham 


Co.) Mrs. Kemp Hackney 




Rt. 1, Pittsboro 


Cedar Grove (Orange C 


:o.) R. C. Compton 6 




Cedar Grove 


Chapel Hill: 




Aldersgate 


W. G. Slattery 




244 Hayes Rd., Chapel Hill 


Amity 


Mrs. T. M. Greene, Sr. 




Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 


Orange 


V. A. Hoyle 




Box 745, Chapel Hill 


University Church 


B. F. Potter 




Chapel Hill 


Creedmoor 


Jesse L. McDaniel 




Creedmoor 


Durham: 




Aldersgate 


J. E. Turner 




3511 Duke Homestead Rd., ] 


Asbury 


Mrs. W. H. Woods" 




2003 Club Blvd., Durham 


Bethany 


E. B. Johnson 




2707 Duke Homestead Rd., : 


Branson 


J. E. Perry, Jr. 




707 Driver Ave., Durham 


Calvary 


T. W. Maynor 




Rt. 4, Box 273, Durham 


Can- 


E. M. Morris 




Box 177, Durham 


Duke Memorial 


J. H. Coma'n, Sr.° 



Alternate and Address 

Carl Foushee 

109 Weatherspoon, Sanford 

P. E. Potter" 

Sanford 

Mrs. W. E. Roseman 

523 Mclver, Sanford 

Mrs. Elouise Yarborough 

Rt. 2, Sanford 

Mrs. B. E. Tordan 

Saxapahaw 

Mrs. W. B. Carroll 

Siler City 

B. M. Faust 

Rt. 4, Siler City 

Wilson Lindley 

Rt. 2, Pittsboro 

Mrs. W. W. Lambeth 

Rt. 3, Graham 

Alvis Briggs 

Box 44, Leasburg 

Bettv Jo Amick 

Rt. 1, Pittsboro 

Mrs. Malcolm Watlington 

Yanceyville 



702 Shepherd St., Durham 



Robert A. Knott 
Rt. 3, Roxboro 
W. L. Wahlen 
Rt. 6, Durham 
A. C. Eddins 
Bahama 

Mrs. J. H. Cash 
Rt. 4, Durham 
G. N. Titus 

1208 Oxford Rd., Roxboro 
Hughie Gooch 
Burner 

K. W. Cooper 
Bynum 

H. B. Hackney 
» Carrboro 

Mrs. R. W. Morgan 
Rt. 1, Chapel Hill 
E. H. Kennedy 
Rt. 2, Hillsboro 

Mrs. Frank West 

Box 1136, Chapel Hill 

Dallas D. Durham 

215 N. Columbia, Chapel Hill 

Ernest Turrentine" 

Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 

W. Albert Graham 

Chapel Hill 

Mrs. Morris J. Byers 

Creedmoor 

Ray Yount" 
Durham Butner 

Carl L. Dean 

2706 Lawndale Ave., Durham 

Miss Lizzie Grev Chandler 
Durham3122 Roxboro Rd., Durham 

Mrs. Paul Gill 

1313 Holloway, Durham 

Fred F. Aiken 

2015 Pershing St., Durham 

W. B. Shipp 

1712 Roxboro Rd., Durham 

Dr. C. G. Bookout 

1307 Alabama Ave., Durham 



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Charge or Church 
Duke Memorial 

Duke's Chapel 

Epworth 

Lakewood 

Maybrook-Massey 

McMannen 

St. John 

St. Paul 

Trinity 

Wellons Village 

Efland-Lebanon 

Eno-Palmer's Grove 

Fletcher's Chapel 

Gray Rock 

Hillsboro 

Merrits-Ebem zi i 

Mt. Sylvan 

Mt. Tirzah 

New Sharon 

Orange (Hillsboro) 

Orange (Mebane) 

Oxford 

Oxford Circuit 

Person 

Pleasant Green 

Rougemont 

Roxboro: 
Ca-Vel 

Grace-Longhursl 

Long Memorial 
Stem-Bullock 
Union Grove 
Walnut Grove 



Delegate and Address 

C. E. Jordan" 

615 W. Campus Dr., Durham 

W. L. Hampton" 

2520 Roxboro Rd., Durham 

M. S. McKibben* 

214 W. Woodridge, Durham 

Mrs. A. L. Chaplin" 

1810 Lakewood Ave., Durham 

Marvin Massev 

Rt. 3, Durham 

Ralph Batts" 

639 Morreene Rd., Durham 

Mrs. Charles R. Young" 

Turnage Rd., Durham 

I. W. Clark" 

108 W. Maynard. Durham 

J. Randolph Coupland III" 

408 E. Forest Hills Blvd., Durham 

H. C. Wrenn 

1120 Wellson Dr., Durham 

L. O. Dawk-ins" 

Efland 

Mrs. J. M. Shue 

Box 116, Hillsboro 

Russell T. Jones" 

Rt. 6, Box 50-B, Durham 

Claude R. Rem." 

Rt. 1, Oxford 

E. C. Liner 

Hillsboro 

Roscoe Wilson" 

Rt. 2, Apex 

Joe W. Porterfii Id 

Rt. 2, Durham 

J. F. Timberlake 

Timberlake 

Henry S. Walker' 

Rt. 1, Hulsboro 

G. P. Sikes° 

Rt. 3, Hillsboro 

Frank E. Jones 

Mebane 

Tohn A. Baker" 

Oxford 

Dorsey Shortt 

1620 Sunset Ave., Henderson 

Tohn B. Hester 

Rt. 4, Roxboro 

\\\ Clyde Walker" 

1433 Cole Mill Rd., Durham 

C. W. Robinson" 

Rt. 2, Rougemont 



l-'rancis H. Powell 

Ca-Vel 

Mrs. Joe Stephens 

Longhurst 

G. C. Hunter" 

112 Academy, Roxboro 

Mrs. Lewis J. Gooch" 

Stem 

Homer Davis 

Rt. 3, Hillsboro 

John E. Hawkins" 

Cedar Grove 



Alternate and Address 

Tohn M. Dozier 

2510 Wrightwood Ave., Durharr 

A. L. Murdock 

300 Carver St., Durham 

S. E. Randall 

2029 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 

Mrs. J. M. Ormond 

110 Pinecrest Rd., Durham 

Tesse Murray" 

905 Ellis Rd., Durham 

C. V. Pickett 

1103 Oakland Av< 



Durham 



William D. Currin 

1709 Forest Rd., Durham 

R. F. Yocom 

1918 Roxboro Rd., Durham 

E. S. Swindell, Jr. 

1611 High St., Durham 

B. L. Rose 

1147 Delano St., Durham 

A. G. Williams 

Efland 

O. P. Minnis 

Box 579, Hillsboro 

Stephen H. Chandler" 

Carrier 50, Wake For. Rd., Durham 

Tack Dickerson 

Rt. 3, Oxford 

T. E. Bivins" 

Hillsboro 

R. E. Truelove 

Rt. I, New Hill 

Baxter B. Tilley 

Rt. 2, Durham 

Irvin Blackard 

Rt. 3, Roxboro 

W. L. Miller 

Rt. 1, Hillsboro 



Sam X. Hayes 

Rt. 2, Mebane 

R. A. Crews 

Oxford 

Mrs. Willie Critchei e 

Rt. 5, Oxford 

Mrs. R. E. Crumptoi 

Rt. 4, Roxboro 

Daryl Flannery 

Rt. 2, Durham 

N. Y. Rhew 

Rt. 1, Rouginiont 



Charlie F. Gentr\ ° 

Ca-Vel 

Mrs. Thelma Long" 

209 S. Charles, Roxboro 

O. B. McBroom 

415 Reams Ave., Roxboro 

Mrs. Lawrence Fleming 

Rt. 2, Creedmoor 

Leon Smith 

Rt. 3, Hillsboro 

Will Wade 

Cedar Grove 



ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 



Ahoskie 
Bath 



Hunter Sharpe, 

Ahoskie 

R. B. Forbes 

Bath 



W. E. Smith 

Ahoskie 

Zeno O. Ratcliff, Jr. 

Bath 



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Charge or Church 


Delegate and Addi 


Belhaven 


W. R. Spears 




518 E. Main, Belhaven 


Chowan 


Mrs. Hazel Matthews 




RFD, Hertford 


Columbia 


E. S. Brickhouse 




Columbia 


Creswell 


J. M. Davenport 




Creswell 


Currituck 


Mrs. C. A. Woodhouse 




Grandy 


Dare 


Calvin Payne 




Stumpy Point 


Edenton 


John A. Holmes 




Edenton 


Elizabeth City: 




Brite Meadows 


George Olds 


City Road 


Norman Pendleton 




1503 Edgewood, E. City 


First 


L. R. Foreman 




310 W. Main, E. City- 


Riverside 


Archie Shannonhouse 




1118 Tuscarora, E. City 


Gatesville 


C. N. Plyler 




Gatesville 


Harrellsville 


Rawls Carter" 




Powellsville 


Hatteras 


Mrs. Charlotte Ballance 




Hatteras 


Hertford 


F. A. McGoogan 




Hertford 


Kennakeet 


James Scarborough 




Avon 


Kitty Hawk 


P. A. Tillett 




Kitty Hawk 


Manteo 


W. H. McGown 




Manteo 


Mattamuskeet 




Moyock 


W. W. Jarvis, Jr.* 




Moyock 


Murfreesboro 


Billy Hill 




Murfreesboro 


New Hope-Woodland 


Eddie Harrell 




Rt. 3, Hertford 


Newland-Grace 


Fred Brothers, Jr. 




Ri. 3, Box 301, E. City 


North Gates 


Hall Furr* 




Corapeake 


Pasquotank 


George Sawyer 




Re. 2, Elizabeth City 


Perquimans 


Elmer Miller 




Rt. 2, Hertford 


Plymouth 


F. R. Smith, Jr.* 




Plymouth 


Roper 


Mrs. Henry Silver 




Rt. 1, Roper 


South Camden 


Ray Hollowell 




Camden 


South Mills 


Herbert Mullen 




South Mills 


Swan Quarter 


Mrs. Carolyn Harris 




Swan Quarter 


Union 


Harold Palmer 




Rt. 4, Elizabeth City 


Wanchese 


J. W. Davis 




Wanchese 


Washington, First 


Mrs. M. O. Fletcher" 




Washington 


\Yashington Circuit 


H. C. Harrison 



Rt. 3, Washington 



Alternate and Address 

Mrs. W. R. Spears 

318 E. Main, Belhaven 

Carter B. White 

Tyner 

Shelton Ludford 

Columbia 

Clyde Woodley 

Creswell 

Mrs. G. K. Simpson 

Grandy 

Tom Sutton 

Manns Harbor 

Dr. A. F. Downum 

Edenton 

Mrs. S. R. Forbes 

1815 W. Main, Elizabeth City 

Charles Koch 

1509 Carolina, E. City 

John Turner 

1607 N. Williams Cr., E. City 

S. L. Dail 

2402 Park Dr., E. City 

E. E. Askew 

Gatesville 

Mrs. Watson Winborne 

Harrellsville 

Mrs. Laura Hooper 

Buxton 

L. C. Winslow 

Hertford 

Mrs. Gertrude Goodwin" 

Avon 

Avery Tillett 

Kill Devil Hills 

Mrs. N. W. Wescott 

Manteo 

Leon Ballance 

Rt. 1, Englehard 

S. C. Chandler 

Currituck 

Edd Lee 

Murfreesboro 

Mrs. Floyd Matthews 

Rt. 3, Hertford 

Everett Brothers* 

Rt. 3, Box 450, E. City 

Whidbee Willie 

Gates 

James Askew 

Rt. 1, Elizabeth City 

George Jackson 

Rt. 3, Hertford 

J. W. House, Sr. 

Plymouth 

T. R. Spruill 

Roper 

David Heath" 

Shawboro 

R. K. Benton 
South Mills 

Mrs. Robert Bundy 
Swan Quarter 

Eugene Markham 
Rt. 1, Elizabeth City 

E. R. Tillett 
Wanchese 

W. Z. Kennedy- 
Washington 

Mrs. Edith Mixon 
Rt. 1, Washington 



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Charge or Church 

Aberdeen 

Biscoe 

Caledonia 

Camp Ground 

Candor 

Cordova 

Cumberland-St. Andrews 

Ellerbe 

Fayetteville: 
Bonnie Doone 

Calvary -Victory 

Christ 

Culbreth 

Fayniount 

Gardners 

Haymount 

Hay Street 

Johnson Memorial 

Lyon Memorial 

Person Street 

St. Matthews 

Salem 

Wesley Heights 

Hamlet: 
Fellowship 

First 

Hope Mills 

Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

Love Joy-Macedonia 

Maxton 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Gilead Circuit 

Norman 

Old Hundred 

Parkton 



FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 
Delegate and Address 

D. B. Troutman" 

Aberdeen 

Kaley Heam 

Biscoe 

Harold McKenzie 

Rt. 3, Laurinburg 

J. Mallov Owens, Jr. 

Box 1062, Fayetteville 

Carl M. Myers 

Candor 

John Coble 

Rt. 1, Rockingham 

Shelby Smith 

Rt. 3, Fayetteville 

R. B. Deaton 

Ellerbe 



Mrs. Margaret Holland 

1403 Wayne, Fayetteville 

E. C. Lancaster 

145 E. Oak, Fayetteville 

Henry C. Hackney 

3018 Bracken, Fayetteville 

Marcus McKnight 

5419 Cedar Creek, Fayetteville 

Austin Dawsey 

201 Belhaven, Fayetteville 

Davev Barefoot 

Box 4127, Fayetteville 

S. T. Cherry" 

205 Hull, Fayetteville 

E. Lee Hauser" 

2308 Gunston, Fayetteville 

Mrs. James A. Bowen 

312 Hawthorne, Fayetteville 

Mrs. Earl Lane 

1918 Spruce, Fayetteville 

J. W. Jernigan" 

417 Russell, Fayetteville 

J. H. Dickerson" 

5316 Williamsburg, Fayetteville 

F. A. Dawson" 
Rt. 1, Fayetteville 
C. G. Piner 

Rt. 6, Fayetteville 

Mrs. C. A. Royston" 
Rt. 2, Hamlet 
L. L. Cato 
Rice St., Hamlet 
E. M. Brower, Jr." 
Hope Mills 

C. Edwin Harding" 
Laurel Hill 

R. F. McCoy" 

Prince St., Laurinburg 

Witzel YonCannon" 

Troy 

John L. Pace" 

Maxton 

Clay L. Bruton" 

Mt. Gilead 

D. W. Haitchcock 
Box 127, Mt. Gilead 

N'. L. Rabb" 
RFD, Ellerbe 

Ernest Wood 

Rt. 2, Laurel Hill 

L. E. Morgan" 

Box 317, Fayetteville 



Alternate and Address 

J. J. Greer 

Aberdeen 

Melvin Phillips 

Star 

Mrs. F. B. Brandenburg 

Box 147, Laurinburg 

Charles E. Jones" 

Rt. 4, Fayetteville 

R. H. Kendall 

Candor 

Ralph Dawkins 

Box 767, Rockingham 

Mrs. Odell Walker" 

1809 Pugh, Fayetteville 

Mrs. Grover Snyder 

Ellerbe 

W. R. Holland 

1403 Wayne, Fayetteville 

Foy Inman 

1815 Camden Rd., Fayetteville 

E. F. Dozier 

917 Faison, Fayetteville 

Mrs. N'elson Coble 

Rt. 5, Fayetteville 

A. J. James" 

Fayetteville 

Mrs. Louise Smith 

15 Ashford Ave., Fayetteville 

R. E. Crowell 

2915 Huntington, Fayetteville 

Mavlan J. Weeks" 

1433 Pine Valley, Fayetteville 

Mrs. Barbara Anion " 

Fayetteville 

Mrs. Allen Brown 

610 Townsend, Fayetteville 

Mrs. I. H. Riddle 

326 Person, Fayetteville 

J. E. Meckling 

5111 Catalpa, Fayetteville 

Roy C. Warren 

Rt. 1, Fayetteville 

W. L. Smith" 

Rt. 6, Fayetteville 

Earl Bradshaw 

701 Spring, Hamlet 

J. G. Riggan" 

Hamlet 

f. E. Starling 

Hope Mills 

R. W. Hampton 

Laurel Hill 

W. S. Dunbar, Jr. 

Westwood, Laurinburg 

Elmer Gillis 

Troy 

John C. Hasty 

Maxton 

I. B. Shives 

Mt. Gilead 

Mrs. D. W. Haithcock 

Box 127, Mt. Gilead 

W. H. Rummage 
Ellerbe 

Jessie Wallace 
Laurel Hill 

C. D. Bostic 

Rt. 1, Lumber Bridge 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



Charge or Church 



Delegate and Address 



Pekin 

Pinebluft 

Raeford 

Red Springs 

Roberdell 

Rockingham: 



Ben E. Johnson 
Rt. 1, Candor 
Mrs. Lute Gibson 
Rt. 2, Rockingham 
W. T. Gibson, Jr. 
Raeford 

Dr. W. L. McRae 
Red Springs 
W. A. Reynolds 
Box 442, Rockingh; 



Alternate and Address 

J. A. Snead 

Rt. 3, Mt. Gilead 

Miss Lois Anne Myers 

Hoffman 

John Flannery 

McCain 

A. C. Stephenson 

Red Springs 

W. B. Easterling* 

Box 648, Rockingham 



East 


T. D. Lamont* 

Box 2078, East Rockingham 


James L. Howell, Jr. 

48 Calvary, East Rockingham 


First 


M. F. Grantham* 

Box 1099, Rockingham 


T. Phil Wood 

Scotland Ave., Rockingham 


Glenwood-Trinity 


C. C. Stogner 

Rt. 2, Rockingham 


Fred C. Blake 

Box 336, Rockingham 


Grace-Community 


Howard Dutton 
East Rockingham 


E. E. Speight 
Rockingham 


Pee Dee 


Jack Swink° 

619 N. Lee, Rockingham 


Bruce Trayler 

Box 1039, Rockingham 


West Rockingham 


Bobby Goodman 

Eastside Park, Rockingham 


Jack W. Smith 

517 W. Washington, Rockingham 


St. John-Gibson 


T. J. Gibson 
Gibson 


Belton Norton 
Rt. 1, Laurinburg 


St. Paul 


A. G. Hall* 
St. Pauls 


R. B. Powers 
St. Pauls 


Sandhill Circuit 


Clarence Black" 

Rt. 1, Jackson Springs 


Odell Robinson 
RFD, Candor 


South River 


Alfred Matthews 
Rt. 1, Autryville 


McDonald Grantham 
Rt. 1, Autryville 


Southern Pines 


Earl E. Hubbard 

Box 306, Southern Pines 


W. A. Leonard 

430 Orchard Rd., Southern Pines 


Spring Lake 


Gordon Fowlkes 
Spring Lake 


Mrs. F. J. Duplissey" 
Spring Lake 


Stedman 


Jessie Hall* 
Stedman 


W. L. Culbreth 
Stedman 


Troy 


E. T. Reynolds* 

Troy 


William T. Thrower 
Troy 


Troy Circuit 


Frank Bruton 
Box 183, Troy 


Stanlev Harrell 
Rt. 2, Troy 


Vass 


H. P. Davis 

Rt. 3, Carthage 


A. G. Edwards, Jr. 
Vass 


West End 


Hollie L. Sisk, Jr. 
West End 


A. J. Hannah 
West End 




GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 


Besten-Bethel 


B. W. Pate 
LaGrange 


J. L. Easton 
LaGrange 


Bladen 
Clinton 


C. P. Ashlev 
White Oak 


F. H. Stokes 
White Oak 


First 


Henry Lee Turlington 
Clinton 


Stewart Warren 
Clinton 


Grace 


Robert L. Mattocks 
oil Balsey, Clinton 


W. D. Russell 

Box 427, Clinton 


Clinton Circuit 


R. F. Butler, Jr. 
Rt. 1, Clinton 


R. F. Butler 
Rt. 1, Clinton 


Duplin 


Mrs. C. H. Pope 
Magnolia 


Mrs. W. M. Ingram 
Kenansville 


Eureka-Yelverton 


Virginia Sauls 
Eureka 


James Taylor 
Pikeville 


Faison 


Herbert Kornegav 
Rt. 1, Faison 


R. M. King 
Faison 


Falling Creek-Providence 


Carl Edwards" 
Rt. 1, Goldsboro 


John David Overman 
Rt. 1, Goldsboro 


Farmville 


O. G. Spell 
Farmville 


T. W. Willis 
Farmville 


Four Oaks 


Rufus Sanders 
Four Oaks 




Fremont 


James L. Bruton* 
Fremont 


John B. Mayo 
Fremont 



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Charge or Church 
Garland 

Goldsboro: 
Airboro 

Daniels Memorial 

Jefferson 

Pine Forest 

St. Luke 

St. Paul 

Salem 

Wayne 
Goldsboro Circuit 
Goshen-Keener 
Harrells 

Hookerton-Rainbow 
Institute 
Johnston 
Kenly-Buckhorn 
LaGrange 
Lucama-Selma 
Maury-Mt. Herman 
Micro 

Mt. Olive, First 
Mt. Olive Circuit 
New Hope Circuit 
Newton Grove 
Pikeville 
Pine Level 
Pink Hill 
Princeton 
Roseboro 
Rose Hill 
Salemburg 
Sarecta 
Selma 

Seven Springs 
Smithfield, Centenary 
Snow Hill 



Delegate and Address 



Alternate and Address 



Abel Warren' 
Garland 



Ed Harris 

Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

Lee Adams* 

Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

E. N. Livengood" 

1313 N. Jefferson, Goldsbori 

Mrs. G. H. Becton 

Rt. 5, Goldsboro 

Walton Thompson 

Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

Kelly Kornegay 

907 E. Walnut, Goldsboro 

Mrs. L. F. Grantham* 

Rt. 2, Goldsboro 

Billy R. Price" 

Rt. 1, Goldsboro 

Thomas E. Strickland" 

Rt. 2, Goldsboro 

Bill Odom 

Rt. 5, Clinton 

T. T. Harrell" 

Rose Hill 

-Bruce Lewis" 

Hookerton 

Robert Merritt 

3405 Sloan St., Kinston 

Joseph W. Padgett" 

M. V. Wilkerson 

Sims 

Dr. C. L. Quinn 

LaGrange 

J. C. Lucas 

Lucama 

Roy Vandiford 

Maury 

Cameron Evans 

Micro 

Norbert B. Wilson" 

Mt. Olive 

Billy Farmer 

Mt. Olive 

Joe Turner 

Rt. 4, Goldsboro 

Merlin Cox 

Newton Grove 

Albert Vail, Jr. 

Pikeville 

Fred Welch" 

Pine Level 

Miss Annie Noble 

Deep Run 

Melvin R. Edwards 

Princeton 

Alton Wrench" 

Roseboro 

Dannis W. Ramsey" 

Rose Hill 

Mrs. J. M. Beatty" 

Rt. 1, Roseboro 

Mrs. Henrietta Grady* 

Kenansville 

J. C. Avery" 

Selma 

Edward Bizzell 

Seven Springs 

Robert A. Spencc" 

Smithfield 

C. N. Whitfield" 

Snow Hill 



Preston Mason 
Garland 



Mrs. Sam L. Wood" 

Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

Joe Perkins 

Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

Clayro Jackson 

214 Banks Ave., Goldsboro 

Paul M. Thompson 

Rt. 5, Goldsboro 

Lee Clarke 

807 E. Holly, Goldsboro 

D. J. Murray 

1413 E. Ash, Goldsboro 

W. F. Best 

Rt. 4, Goldsboro 

Rav Jordan 

Dudley 



W. B. Sutton 

Faison 

Solon James, Sr. 

Wallace 

C. H. Albritton, Sr. 

Hookerton 

Billy Sutton 

LaGrange 



Mrs. Glenn Hinnant" 

Kenly 

Robert L. Dewar" 

LaGrange 

Mrs. L. R. Aills" 

Lucama 

Mrs. A. E. Brown" 

Maury 

Russell Edwards 

Princeton 

Zach D. Cox 

Mt. Olive 

Mrs. A. J. Davis 111" 

Mt. Olive 

Mrs. John Holingsworth 

Rt. 4, Goldsboro 

Mrs. A. W. Weeks 

Newton Grove 

G. C. Garris 

Pikeville 

Mrs. Claude Hill 

Rt. 3, Smithfield 

Mrs. Tharon Howard Jones' 

Deep Run 

W. E. Massengill" 

Princeton 

Fred Pierce 

Roseboro 

T. Lenford Fuss. II 

Rose Hill 

Mrs. R. L. White 

Salemburg 



Mr. M. R. Wall 
Selma 



George Broadrick 

Smithfield 

Mrs. Lemuel Dawson 

Snow Hill 



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Charge or Church 

Stantonsburg 

Turkey 

Wallace 

Walstonburg-Tabernacle 

Warsaw 

Wesley 



Delegate and Address 

John H. Lane" 

Stantonsburg 

R. L. Minturn, Sr.° 

Warsaw 

Jesse Sumner 

Willard 

Harold Bailey 

Walstonburg 

Mrs. J. Milton West 

Warsaw 

Mrs. C. M. Butler 

Rt. 1, Clinton 



Alternate and Address 

Enoch D. Dickens 

Stantonsburg 

Mrs. J. M. Marshbum 

108 Eastover Ct., Clinton 

Mrs. J. S. Blair, Sr. 

Wallace 

Floyd Adams 

Stantonsburg 

Mrs. E. C. Thompson 

Warsaw 

Sherrill Williams 

Rt. 2, Newton Grove 



NEW BERN DISTRICT 



Asbury 


Hervey C. Ipock° 
Rt. 1, Cove City 


Mrs. H. C. Ipock 
Rt. 1, Cove City 


Atlantic 


Mrs. Cecil Morris 
Atlantic 


William Willis" 
Atlantic 


Aurora 


Ellis Gaskill 
Hobucken 


E. R. Tripp 
Blount's Creek 


Ayden 


Roy L. Turnage, Jr.° 
Ayden 


W. T. Moore, III 
Ayden 


Beaufort: Ann Street 


Tom D. Eure° 
Box 209, Beaufort 


Ralph Thomas 

1515 Front St., Beaufort 


Beaufort Circuit 


Fred Boswell 
Rt. 2, Newport 


Howard E. Mason" 
RFD, Newport 


Beech Grove 


Mrs. Herbert Beaman" 
Rt. 2, New Bern 


Mrs. W. N. Bass 
Rt. 2, New Bern 


Bridgeton 


Mrs. Eugene Koonce 
Rt. 4, New Bern 


Mrs. H. H. Cash 
Bridgeton 


Camp Glenn 


William McCabe 

Rt. 1, Box 220, Morehead City 


Cliney McCabe 
Rt. 1, Newport 


Dover 

Greenville: 


J. P. Arnold" 
Dover 


Jack Rhem 
Rt. 1, Dover 


Jarvis Memorial 


E. Hoover Taft 
Greenville 


D. H. Conley 
Greenville 


St. James 


William H. Watson" 

E. Wright Rd., Greenville 


Wyatt R. Highsmith 

2306 E. 4th St., Greenville 


Grifton 


W. Clayton Parker 
Grifton 


Harold Burkley 
Grifton 


Grimesland 


Mrs. Herman Wilson 
517 West Ave., Ayden 


Mrs. Henry Bonner 
Rt. 2, Ayden 


Harlowe-Oak Grove 
Havelock : 


Mrs. Claude Taylor 
Rt. 1, Havelock 


Will Hardestv 
Rt. 2, Newport 


First 


C. C. Rigsbee 

Hollywood Blvd., Havelock 


Grayson Everett" 

15 Manteo Dr., Havelock 


Cherry Point 


Clyde E. Crawford 
117 Bryan St., Havelock 


Norwood Sanders 
Box 27, Havelock 


Hubert 
Jacksonville: 


R. T. Riggs° 
Swansboro 


Mrs. Pauline Sanders, 
Hubert 


Northwoods 


Henry C. Stuckey 

604 Williams St., Jacksonville 


William Kemp 

302 Woodview Court, Jacks 


Trinity 
Kinston: 


C. W. Conkling, Sr.° 

406 Woodland Dr., Jacksonville 


Mrs. Carl Hales 

409 Bordeaux, Jacksonville 


Queen Street 


Thomas W. Heath, Jr.° 
1007 Rheem St.,. Kinston 


Ray S. Barbie 

207 Summit Ave., Kinston 


St. John 


H. E. Dail 

108 N. East, Kinston 


Mrs. Jo Ann Avery 
Stadium Dr., Kinston 


St. Mark 


Mrs. R. A. Thompson 
2418 Linden, Kinston 


Mrs. W. W. Johnson" 
518 Greenmead, Kinston 


Westminster 


Mrs. Ralph B. Barnes" 
2317 Woodview, Kinston 


John C. Hood, Jr. 

518 Laroque Ave., Kinston 


Kinston Circuit 


Mrs. Don Edman 
Rt. 2, Grifton 


Mrs. Ray Cameron 
Rt. 1, Kinston 


Marshallberg 


Andrew Davis 
Marshallberg 


Fernie Willis 
Marshallberg 


Maysville 


Rudolph Pellet ier 
Maysville 


Robert L. Mattocks 
Maysville 



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Charge or Church 
M idway-Bethlehem 



Delegate and Address 

Leon Weeks 
Rt. 1, Newport 

Edward Dixon 

Box 327, Morehead City 

Walter M. Lewis* 

1111 Bridges, Morehead City 



Alternate and Address 

L. L. Sanders 
Rt. 1, Newport 

James B. Webb 

1902 Shepard, Morehead City 

Mrs. Carl Lewis 

100 Yaupon, Morehead City 



Centenary 


W. C. Chadwick" 
Box 567, New Bern 


Carl P. Short 

Box 1238, New Bern 


Riverside 


C. H. Boyd" 

Rt. 4, Box 388, New Bern 


Nat Dixon 

Rt. 5, New Bern 


Trinity- 


James C. Briley 

2303 Woodland, New Bern 


Alva Williams 

2108 Henderson, New Bern 


Newport 


John H. Thrower" 
Newport 


Mrs. Ruby W. Chartley 
Newport 


Ocracoke 


Calvin O'Neal 
Ocracoke 


Thurston Gaskill 
Ocracoke 


Oriental 


B. W. O'Neal 
Oriental 


L. A. Green 
Oriental 


Pollocksville 


K. G. Strawbridge" 
Pollocksville 


Edward E. Parker 
Maysville 


Richlands 


W. Ray Brown" 
Richlands 


J. E. Rand, Sr. 
Richlands 


Richlands Circuit 


Hugh Sandlin 
Rt. 2, Beaulaville 


Marvin Williams 
Rt. 2, Richlands 


Salem 


H. G. Hardee 
Rt. 3, Greenville 


Mrs. A. S. Lancaster 
Chicod 


Salter Path 


James W. Smith 
Salter Path 


Mrs. Mvrna Loy Willis 
Salter Path 


Sea Level 


Guion Gaskill 
Stacy 


Clayton Salter 
Sea Level 


Shady Grove 


Hilton Moore 

Rt. 5, Box 4, Kinston 


T. B. Civils 
Rt. 3, Kinston 


Stonewall 


Mrs. Joyce Forrest 
Vandemere 


B. B Hollowell 
Bayboro 


Straits 


Mrs. C. A. Michael 
Harkers Island 


Lester Pigott" 
Gloucester 


Swansboro 


Mrs. Wyatt Kellum 
Swansboro 


Benjamin M. Licko 
Swansboro 


frenton 


Marvin Thomas 
Trenton 


E. E. Smith 
Trenton 


Vanceboro 


R. L. Cannon, Jr.° 
Vanceboro 


Gene Hart 
Vanceboro 


Vanceboro Circuit 


B. L. Witherington" 
Rt. 1, Vanceboro 


Keitt Sawyer 

Rt. 2, Vanceboro 


Williston-Smyrna 


Mrs. Hilda Gillikin 
Smyrna 


Jesse Piner 
Williston 


Woodington-Webb 


C. T. Ketchum 
Rt. 4, Kinston 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 


Mrs. Mike Waller 
Rt. 4, Kinston 


\ngiiT 


Farvis Pleasant 
Rt. 1, Angier 


Earl Williams 
Angier 


\pex 


Dr. A. L. Raynor" 
Apex 


Mrs. J. B. Fitchette 
Apex 


3ailey 


Carl H. Walker 
Bailey 


W. R. Parsons 

Bailey 


Jenson 


K. V. Stephenson 
Benson 


Harold Medlin 
Benson 


Jethlehem-Shady Grove 


Frederick Williams 
Rt. 3, Warrenton 




:ary 


Ed Sturdivant 
Rt. 1, Cary 


George Sanders 
Rt. 4, Raleigh 


Clayton 


D. G. Satterfield 
Clayton 


Mrs. J. D. Rain, Sr. 
Clayton 


Boats 


Hubert Barefoot 
Coats 


Mrs. Floyd Upchurch 
Coats 


ptuua 


W. C. Fowler" 
box 487, Dunn 


George F. Blaylock 
1004 Divine, Dunn 


(benezex 


Mrs. J. L. Macon" 

~r2H Bloodworth, Raleigh 


Leonard Caviness 
504 Rush, Raleigh 



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Charge or Church 


Delegate and Address 


Alternate and Address 


Erwin 


B. B. Hudson 


Tames Taylor 




Erwin 


RFD, Linden 


Franklinton 


C. H. Weston 


G. L. Applefored 




Franklinton 


Franklinton 


Fuquay Springs 


H. E. Parker 

Varina 


C. M. Matthews 
Fuquay Springs 


Garner 


G. A. Jones 


Charlie Royal 




113 St. Mary's St., Garner 


4325 Garner Rd., Raleigh 


Gamer Circuit 


James Middleton* 


D. C. Johnson 




Rt. 1, Garner 


Rt. 3, Raleigh 


Granville Circuit 


J. D. Wilson 


Frank T. Wrenn 




Kittrell 


Rt. 3, Oxford 


Henderson: 






City Road 


L. R. Williams 


H. M. Lewis* 




705 N. Gamett, Henderson 


302 S. Main, Henderson 


First Church 


J. C. Stabler 


E. O. Faulkner 




115 Church, Henderson 


160 Young Ave., Henderson 


White Memorial- Wesley 


W. D. Stanley 


W. W. White 




313 Alexander, Henderson 


Box 523, Henderson 


Holly Springs 


T. B. Johnson 


Mrs. Rupert Johnson 




Box 115, Holly Springs 


Box 277, Holly Springs 


Kipling-Cokesbury 


W. J. Cotton, Sr.* 


W. M. Harper 




Kipling 


Rt. 1, Fuquay Springs 


Knightdale 


E. B. Smith 


Sam L. Griffin 




Knightdale 


Rt. 5, Henderson 


Lillington 


John Spears* 


Mrs. Wayne Wegwart 




Lillington 


Lillington 


Louisburg 


Warren Smith 3 


John Hodges 




Louisburg 


Louisburg 


Louisburg Circuit 


Mrs. G. F. Bumette* 


Mrs. Duke White 




Rt. 4, Louisburg 


Bunn 


Macedonia 


Miss Blanche Penny* 


Mrs. R. W. Bagwell 




Rt. 4, Raleigh 


Rt. 4, Raleigh 


Macon 


W. R. Drake* 


Mrs. C. B. Bottoms 




Macon 


Rt. 1, Macon 


Maniers 


J. M. Langston 


Tohnnie Taylor 




Rt. 3, Lillington 


Rt. 1, Box 163, Spring Lake 


Middleburg 


J. W. Short* 


Robert Spain 




Townsville 


Rt. 3, Henderson 


Millbrook 


George Jones* 


Mrs. Jerry Strawn 




Rt. 7, Raleigh 


RFD, Raleigh 


Mt. Pleasant 


W. F. Perry, Jr. 


W. W. Morgan* 




Rt. 2. Bailey- 


Middlesex- 


Norlina 


Mrs. Julia Stokes 


Mrs. W. R. Delbridge* 




Norlina 


Norlina 


Piney Grove-Mt. Carmel 


Miss Elizabeth Savage 


Mrs. J. K. Ball 




Rt. 1, Henderson 


Rt. 3, Louisburg 


Pleasant Grove 


J. M. Moore 


Tames Ferguson* 




Rt. 6, Raleigh 


2900 Hillsboro, Raleigh 


Raleigh: 






Asbury 


Mrs. W. S. Jones* 

1809 Bickett Blvd., Raleigh 




Edenton St. 


Blaine Madison* 


Dr. Janus Ilillman 




1809 McDonald Lane, Raleigh 


2311 Anderson Dr., Raleigh 


Fairmont 


T. William McGee* 


Roy Williamson 




Rt. 4, Raleigh 


2502 Vanderbilt, Raleigh 


Hayes Barton 


C. E. Hibbard* 


W. M. Pickens 




1823 Arlington, Raleigh 


2134 Cowper, Raleigh 


Highland 


George Evans 


Bertie M. Fesmire* 




3431 Churchill, Raleigh 


Raleigh 


Jenkins Memorial 


Mrs. M. A. Lewis* 


Mrs. Cora Travis 




920 X. Boylan, Raleigh 


1220 Pilmore, Raleigh 


Layden Memorial 


Deri Pace 


Mrs. C. Y. Proffitt* 




1317 Curfman, Raleigh 


2752 Layden, Raleigh 


Longview Gardens 


R. A. Burt* 


T. A. Williams 




307 Colleton, Raleigh 


Colleton, Raleigh 


St. Mark's 


Mrs. Olaf Wakefield* 


Mrs. F. H. Keen 




Rt. 1, Raleigh 


3721 Bellevue, Raleigh 


Trinity 


Nat Stephenson* 


Mrs. T. C. Glass 




720 Holden, Raleigh 


610 Franklin, Raleigh 


Wesley Memorial 


W. M. Bryan* 


J. E. Wedding 



2707 E. Rothgeb, Raleigh 



607 Glenwood, Raleigh 



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Charge or Church 
Westover 

Wynnewood Park 

spring Hill 

rar River 

^ance 

Wake Forest-Youngsville 

Warren 

Warrenton 

Wendell 

Zebulon 

\ulander 

Battleboro 

Bethel 

Calvary 

Conway 

Elm City 

Enfield 

Evansdale-Black Creek 

Gaston (Shiloh) 

Halifax 

Hawkins-Tabor 

1 lobgood 

Hornes-Mt. Zion 

Hart-Speights 

Jamesville 

Littleton 

Nash 

Nashville 

N'orthampton 

Pinetops 

Red Oak-York's Chapel 

Hich Square 

Roanoke 

Roanoke Rapids: 
First 



Delegate and Address 

Mrs. Cecil Standi 

5409 Western Blvd., Raleigh 

\V. T. Mills" 

34 U Octavia, Raleigh 

Broadus Buchanan 

Rt. 3, Lillington 

fohn A. Rogers" 

Rt. 1, Kittrell 

S. B. Harris" 

Xorlina Rd., Henderson 

Macon Becton" 

559 N. College, Wake Forest 

Howell H. Steed" 

Box 542, Warrenton 

C. M. Bullock 

Warrenton 

Mrs. L. J. Braudwell" 

Wendell 

E. H. Moser" 

Zebulon 



Alternate and Address 

Mrs. Eugene Goldston 

W. Lakeside Dr., Raleigh 

Mrs. Guy Jones 

1720 Crest, Raleigh 

C. P. Stewart" 

Rt. 2, Lillington 

Kenneth Fuller 

Rt. 3, Louisburg 

C. B. Baskett 

Rt. 2, Henderson 

Mrs. Eniilv Becton 

417 N. Main, Wake Forest 

Frederick Williams 

Rt. 3, Warrenton 

W. A. Connell" 

Warrenton 

Mrs. A. O. Bridges 

Wendell 

Miss Sarah Eaton 

Zebulon 



ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 



John Jenkins 

Aulander 

Mrs. H. B. Bryan* 

Battleboro 

C. W. Everette* 

Bethel 

Henry Morris 

Rt. 2, Littleton 

W. W. Wheeler* 

Conway 

John G. Fleming 

Elm City 

Miss Carrie Alston Mori 

Enfield 

Bill Grimsley 

Rt. 3, Wilson 

Tom Willey 

Gaston 

R. H. Hux" 

Rt. 2, Lilleton 

John Joyner* 

Rt. 1, Roanoke Rapids 

C. L. Lewis 

Hobgood 

Fred Daniels 

Rt. 1, Wilson 

Maurice Savage 

123 Meredith, Tarboro 

Howard Gaylor 

Jamesville 

Mrs. J. \. Mosely 

Littleton 

W. G. Rich 

Rt. 2, Castalia 

F. E. Peebles 

Nashville 

Ballard Gay" 

Jackson 

W. L. Dunn, Jr. 

Pinetops 

Mrs. Robert L. Booth 
Rt. 3, Rocky Mt. 

J. R. Baughan" 
Rich Square 

f. B. Thomason 

Kt. 1, Roanoke Rapids 



William Fou ler 

Colerain 

Thomas Gorham 

Battleboro 

David Spier 

Bethel 

Lloyd E. Dickens" 

RFD, Littleton 

Marion Lassiter 

Conway 

J. T. Odom 

Elm City 

Mrs. W. D. Charlton" 

Enfield 

Collen Yelverton" 

Rt. 2, Fremont 

Aubrey Beard" 

Gaston 

W. I. Armstrong 

R. 2, Halifax 

Charlie Cullum 

Rt. 2, Littleton 

Pat Hagan 

Hobgood 

Walter Dunn" 

Rt. 1, Wilson 

W. R. Coker 

104 Shirley, Tarboro 

W. C. Fagan 

RFD, Jamesville 

Tames F. Newsome 

Littleton 

Joe Wood aid 

Rt. 1, Spring Hope 

Mrs. Ben F. Musser" 

Nashville 

Guy Brittnn 

Jackson 

W. W. Robertson 

Conetoe 

Mrs. D. H. Edwards 
Red Oak 

Stanley Harrell 
RFD, Rich Square 

Kermit L. Braswell" 
Rt. 1. Roanoke Rapids 



Thomas G. Harris T. S. Shutt" 

421 Right Myer, Roanoke Rapids 605 Wilson, Roanoke Rapids 



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Charge or Church 


Delegate and Address 


Rosemary 


Loyd Sandlin" 




Box 267, Roanoke Rapids 


Robersonville-Hamilton 


Mrs. R. K. Adkins" 




Robersonville 


Rocky Mount: 




Clark Street 


W. C. Gray 




906 Eastern Ave., Rocky Mount 


Englewood 


Charlie Schubart 




308 Clifton, Rocky Mount 


First Church 


J. M. Aldridge" 




Rocky Mount 


Marvin 


Kenneth Fisher 




626 Mill St., Rocky Mount 


St. Paul 


John Hemmerle 




912 Franklin, Rocky Mount 


Sandy Cross 


Mrs. R. L. Dozier" 




Rt. 1, Rocky Mount 


Scotland Neck 


Mrs. W. L. Harris' 




Scotland Neck 


Seaboard 


H. C. Bottoms" 




Margarettsville 


Smith's 


J. Edward Allen 




Rt. 1, Roanoke Rapids 


Spring Church-Garysburg 


Marshall Grant 




Garysburg 


Spring Hope 


C. S. Bunn 




Rt. 1, Spring Hope 


Stokes 


W. F. Stokes* 




Stokes 


St. James (Tarboro) 


Luke Hill" 




Tarboro 


Temperance Hall 


llussell Eason 




Rt. 1, Elm City 


Weldon 


W. B. Joyner" 




Weldon 


Wesley Memorial 


Henry Tyson" 




Rt. 2, Fannville 


West Halifax 


R. G. Willey, Sr. 




Rt. 3, Enfield 


Whitakers 


Danford Cutchin* 




Whitakers 


Williamston 


H. L. Swain" 




Williamston 


Wilson: 




First 


John N. Hackney 




Wilson 


Winstead 


Earl McFarland" 




1224 S. Tarboro, Wilson 


Windsor 


U. F. Coulboum" 




Windsor 


Woodland 


T. B. Elliott 




Woodland 



Alternate and Address 

J. C. Odell 

Hamilton St., Roanoke Rapids 

Mrs. Ruth Ewell 

Hamilton 

W. M. Sutton 

628 S. Church, Rocky Mount 

S. L. Chapman" 

200 Clifton, Rocky Mount 

Ray Bandy 

Rocky Mount 

Herman Allen" 

824 Peachtree, Rocky Mount 

Vernon Moody 

739 Pender, Rocky Mount 

George Joyner 

Rt. 2, Elm City 

Mrs. W. N. Alexander 

Scotland Neck 

L. D. Garris 

Margarettsville 

J. W. Fulghum 

Rt. 2, Roanoke Rapids 

James Massey 

Pleasant Hill 

Allen Barbee 

Spring Hope 

Mrs. W. F. Stokes 

Stokes 

J. W. Smoot, Sr. 

Tarboro 

J. E. Joyner, Jr. 

Box 210, Tarboro 

Mrs. J. W. Brown 

Weldon 

David Starling 

Rt. 2, Farmville 

Mrs. N. B. Whitlev 

Rt. 2, Enfield 

Mrs. Harold Braswell 

Whitakers 

A. L. Rutherford 

Williamston 

W. T. Lamm, Jr." 

Wilson 

Douglas Murphy 

Rt. 4, Wilson 

Mrs. E. J. Pruden 

Merry Hill 

W. W. Carter" 

Woodland 



WILMINGTON DISTRICT 



Ashpole 

Bethel-Bolivia 

Bethesda 

Bolton 

Burgaw 

Carolina Beach 

Carver's Creek 

Cerro Gordo-Olivet 

Chadbourn 



Stanton Spaulding 

Rt. 2, Lumberton 

William Knox 

Bolivia 

Ashby Walters" 

Rt. 1, Orrum 

Thomas Odom" 

Bolton 

T. J. Betts" 

Burgaw 

Ryder Lewis 

Box 633, Carolina Beach 

Paul Savage 

Rt. 1, Council 

Welton Harrington" 

Rt. 1, Fairmont 

T. T. Lane 

Chadbourn 



Hinson Locklear 

Rt. 3, Fairmont 

Mrs. Jeanette Knox 

Bolivia 

M. F. Ivey 

Rt. 1, Orrum 

Elbert Smith 

Bolton 

Macon Smith 

Watha 

Mrs. Ira A. Hines" 

Carolina Beach 

N. J. Jackson" 

Rt. 1, Acme 

W. J. Tyler 

Cerro Gordo 

Mrs. Hilda Harley 

Chadbourn 



Journal of Proceedings 



Charge or Church 

Clarkton Circuit 

Concord 

Council 

Dublin 

Elizabethtown 

Evergreen 

Fair Bluff 

Fairmont 

Fairvievv-Hickory Grove 

Hallsboro 

Lake Waccamaw 

Lumberton: 
Asbury 

Chestnut St. 
Lumberton Circuit 
Old Dock 
Pembroke Circuit 
Pembroke: First 
Pleasant Grove 
Riegelwood 
Rocky Point 
Rowland 
Sandy Plains 
Scotts Hill 
Shallotte: Camp 
Shallotte Circuit 
Sneads Ferry-Verona 
Southport 
Tabor City 
Town Creek 
Waccamaw 
Whiteville 
Whiteville Circuit 
Wilmington: 

Devon Park 

Epworth 
Fifth Avenue 



Delegate and Address 

Lexie Gooden 

Rt. 1, Elizabethtown 

Fred Parker 

Supply 

Mrs. Mary Fredere 

Council 

J. C. Willis 

Rt. 1, Elizabethtown 

D. C. Waller 

Elizabethtown 

Mrs. W. C. Thomas 

Evergreen 

G. A. Scott 

Fair Bluff 

Dr. Dan Floyd 5 

Fairmont 

C. D. Bethea 

Rt. 1, Hamer, S. C. 

Clyde Collier 

Hallsboro 

C. E. Riggs 

Lake Waccamaw 



Mrs. Gladys Fields" 

,S06 E. 7th St., Lumberton 

J. P. Chance 

Carthage Rd., Lumberton 

Carl Wilkins" 

1007 Cherry, Lumberton 

Mrs. Alma Soles 

Rt. 4, Whiteville 

N. H. Biddell" 

Pembroke 

Ira P. Lowry" 

Pembroke 

Albert Stewart 

Rt. 2, Lumberton 

C. C. Peters 

Acme 

John R. Armstrong 

Rocky Point 

Leon Amnions" 

Rowland 

R. D. Jacobs 

Rt. 1, Pembroke 

W. M. Eubanks, Jr." 

Rt. 1, Wilmington 

Leroy Mintz 

Shallotte 

A. J. Walton, Sr. 

Ash 

Isaac Parker 

Verona 

A. J. Walton" 

Soutbport 

A. E. Goldfinch" 

Tabor City 

Mrs. F. L. Galloway" 

Rt. 2, Leland 

Mrs. Queenie Reeves 

Rt. 1, Nakina 

I.. S. Thompson" 
Whiteville 

Tillman Bowen 

rU. 3, Whiteville 



Dan Gash 

2n<)2 Stratford, Wilmington 

w. T. Lockamy 

li. Lake Village, Wilmington 

W. S. Kunderburg" 
210} Pender, Wilmington 



Alternate and Address 

F. K. Rogers' 

Clarkton 

W. M. Sermons 

Supply 

Austin Guyton 

Council 

Nelson Brisson 

Dublin 

Chatham Clark 

Elizabethtown 

Ralph Benton 

Rt. 2, Chadbourne 

M. A. Wendell 

Fair Bluff 

Carl Crutchfield 

Fairmont 

A. L. Hunt 

Kt. 1, Hamer, S. C. 

Miss Classic Green 

Hallsboro 

W. A. Thompson" 

Lake Waccamaw 



Mrs. W. J. Davis 

East Lumberton 
W. F. Scarborough 
1902 N. Walnut, Lumberton 
L. T. Bryant 
Rt. 5, Lumberton 
Mrs. Allie Simmons 
Rt. 4, Whiteville 
W. K. Culbreth 
Pembroke 
Mrs. D. F. Lowry 
Pembroke 
Ed Hunt 
Rt. 2, Rowland 
Mrs. D. G. Ballenger 
Kt. 1, Acme 
Haywood Page 
Burgaw 
A. E. Ward 
Rowland 
Gus Locklear 
Rt. 1, Pembroke 
Henry Swinson 
Rt. 1, Rocky Point 
James Bellamy 
Shallotte 
John Chadwiek 
Shallotte 
H. C. Stone 

c/o Dixon School, Holly Ridge 
J. I. Davis 
Southport 

Mrs. Letha Butler 
Tabor City 

Mrs. R. H. McDougall 
1801Vj Princess, Wilmington 
Mrs. W. B. Ward 
Rt. 1, Clarendon 
G. E. Shearin 
Whiteville 

Mrs. A. H. Sessions 
Rt. 2, Whiteville 



Mrs. Vernon Averilt 
1927 Winston, Wilmington 

Mrs. W. T. Bennett 

132 N. Finton, Wilmington 

R. S. Young 

20 Jackson Dr., WilmLngtc 



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Charge or Church 
Grace 

Sunset Park 

Triinty 

Wesley Memorial 

Wrightsboro 
Wrightsville 
Yaupon Village 



Delegate and Address 

E. L. White 

2735 Mimose PL, Wilmington 

Louis P. Clemmons* 

11 Morningside, Wilmington 

J, Ward Andrews 

2320 Belveder, Wilmington 

Ed Dalton 

2907 Pine, Wilmington 

J. C. Maxwell* 

129 Victoria, Wilmington 

Edward Weaver* 

Box 899, Wilmington 

Mrs. L. D. Hayman* 

Yaupon Village 



Alternate and Address 

R. G. White 

2931 Park Ave., Wilmington 

R. W. Fenegan 

2415 Jefferson, Wilmington 

E. L. Mathews 

2802 Lyndn, Wilmington 

Gene Neal" 

207 Forest, Wilmington 

Ralph Bondeua 

Rt. 1, Oakley Rd., Castle Hayne 

Grady Crabtree 

Box 1213, Wilmington 

Robert C. Sellars 

Yaupon Village 



Journal of Proceedings 



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Chronological Roll of the Conference — 1959 

Honorary Member, Bishop Paul N. Garber 

Honorary Member, Bishop W. Walter Peele* 

"Honorary Member, Dr. R. P. Marshall 

R. Retired Sy. Supernumerary E. Effective 

"Not present at this session of the Conference 
tOrders recognized $ Deceased 



< o 0,05 



Massey, Lucius S." + . 
Barnes, Albert S." 
Starling, George B.° 
Bradley, James W.° 
Elliott, William F.° . 
Brown, William H. 
Hoyle, Tohn W., Sr." 
Noblitt, Frank B." 
Thrift, Charles T.° 
Ewing, Henry C." 
Rogers, Charles T. . 
Spence, Hersey E." 
Lance, Hicks E." 
Martin, W. Christian 
Boone, J. Joshua* 
Love, Franklin S." 
Hupps, William T.° 
Harmon, John C.° 
KcRae, William Y.° 
telf, Marvin Y. 
Duval, Kirby F.* 
Sulbreth, Frank 
Hayman, Louis D. 
Hurley, Bernard T. 
'lendrieks, Harris L.< 
Fletcher, Maynard () 
gee, Thomas W. 
filler, J. Herbert 
Slaughter, Baxter 15. 
3odd, E. David* 
ranaka, Isawo" 
'orter, Hubbard B." 
Durham, Ernest C.° 
Ilade, William A. 
-.owry, Doctor F.* 
ilass, Henry I. 
'arker, Albea S. 
/lunns, R. Floyd" 
.owe, William G." 
lussell, John A. 
rharpe, John A." 
flyers, Hiram E. 
tfaness, William L. 
Jenson, Walter C. 



Greenville 

Kinston 

Elizabeth City 

Concord 

Greensboro 

Wilmington 

Goldsboro 

Charlotte 

Danville, Vu. 

Americus, Gu. 

Rocky Mount 

New Bern 

New Bern 

New Bern 

New Bern 

New Bern 

Brunswick, Ga. 

Salisbury 

Durham 

Asheville 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Elizabeth Citv 

Elizabeth City 

Augusta, Ga. 

Maryville, Tenn 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Kobe, Japan 

Oxford' 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Walkertou it 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 



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32 



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WHERE 
ADMITTED 






Ha t * o^* 

.So .3 w o S 

OQ OH >*£c«i 



Poole, Ivey T 

Hall, Leon M 

Earnhardt, D. Edwin 1 

Smith, Jackson L.° 

Loy, W. Lawrence 

Williams, Benjamin M.** .... 

Walton, A. J 

Hurley, J. Bascom 1 

Merritt, Benjamin O. .... 

Maness, Eli C." 

Fraser, Harry C 

Clarke, David A.* 

Lanning, Jesse H 

Cline, John* 

Surratt, H. Freo 

Petty, Dwight A 

Larkin, Leon C 

Dimmette, Joel W 

Hall, Edgar M.* 

Richmond, Isaac S 

Brantley, Allen P 

Hethcox, Robert L 1 

Hillman, Edgar L 

Wellons, Ralph D. a 

Brothers, Lloyd C 1 

Clegg, Ernest R 

Farrar, Walter G.* 

King, Hiram K. 

Guthrie, Charlie W.* 

Lowry, French R.° 
Chambers, Martin R.° .... 

Long, John O.* 

Hobbs, A. Jarvis 

Sharpe, Daniel M 

Cowan, Ernest G 

Dawson, Walter L.° 

Davis, Harvey L 

Brown, Adrian E 

Vaughan, W. Norman* .... 

Bartak, Joseph P. s R 

Edmond, Ernest E E 

Minnis, J. F E 

Watts, Lawrence A E 

McLamb, McDonald 3 R 

Starnes, Shirley J 2 E 

Husted, Morris L E 

Clegg, W. Lemuel E 

Ball, Walter C E 

Potter, W. Stanley E 

Powell, Howard P E 

Ashmore, Hubert R. E 

Barclift, Chancie D. E 

Underwood, William J.* 5 R 

Lee, Percy O E 

Jerome, Robert L E 

Crawford, Eugene C E 

Critcher, B. Duke E 

Cranford, John D.* R 



R Wilmington 1915 

R Durham 1916 

R Durham 1916 

R Gastonia 1916 

R Durham 1916 

R Winston-Salem . 1916 

R Charleston, W. Va. 1916 

R Greenville 1917 

R Greenville 1917 

R Greenville 1917 

R Coopertown, N. Y. 1917 

R Asheville 1917 

E Asheville 1917 

R Asheville 1917 

R Mebane 1917 

E Goldsboro 1918 

E Goldsboro 1918 

R Goldsboro 1918 

R Goldsboro 1918 

R Logan, W. Va 1918 

E Greensboro 1918 

R Thomasville 1918 

R Atlanta, Ga 1918 

R Mosadabad, India 1918 

E Wilson 1919 

R Wilson 1919 

R Wilson 1919 

E Wilson 1919 

R Troy 1919 

R Troy 1919 

R Memphis, Tenn 1919 

R Rocky Mount 1920 

E Rocky Mount 1920 

R Salisbury 1920 

R Burlington 1921 

R High Point 1921 

E Raleigh 1922 

E Raleigh 1922 

R Raleigh 1922 



Prague, Czecho. 1922 

Gibbsboro, N. T 1922 

High Point 1922 

Elizabeth Citv 1923 

Elizabeth Citv 1923 

Elizabeth City . 1923 

Wheeling, W. Va 1923 

Wilmington 1924 

Wilmington 1924 

Richmond, Mo 1924 

Greensboro 1924 

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Fayetteville 1925 

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1927 


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High Point 


1925 




1928t 


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Boone Terre, Mo. 


1928 


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Griffin, Ga. 


1925 


1922 


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1926 


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1926 


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1927 




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1927 




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1927 


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1928 


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1928 


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1929 


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1929 


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1929 


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1929 


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1929 


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1929 


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24 


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1930 


1982 


1934 


29 


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1980 


1932 


1984 


29 


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1930 




1936t 


27 


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Henderson 


1930 


1932 


1934 


27 


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Henderson 


1930 


1933 


1935 


28 


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1980 


1933 


1935 


28 


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1930 


1932 


1936 


26 


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1930 


1932 


1934 


27 


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1930 


1932 


1934 


29 


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Henderson 


1930 


1932 


1934 


27 


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Charleston, W. 


Va. 1930 


1933 


1935 


27 


E 


Parkersburg, W 


. Va. 1930 


1933 


1935 


26 


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W. Va. Conf. 


1930 


1936 


1937 


29 


E 


Greenville 


1931 


1933 


1935 


2S 


E 


Greenville 


1931 


1933 


1935 


28 


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Greenville 


1931 


1 933 


1935 


28 


E 


Rocky Mount 


1932 




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E 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1934 


1936 


27 


E 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1934 


1936 


27 


E 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1984 


1936 


27 


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Burlington 


1932 




1938t 


27 


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Chatham, La. 


1982 




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Rocky Mount 


1932 


1934 


1936 


27 


E 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1935 


1937 


24 


E 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1935 


1937 


26 


1 E 


Walkertown 


1932 


1936 


1939 


19 



Edens, Nelson P 

Shuller, Edgar R. 
Henderson, Marion C. 

Newton, Pliny F 

Jones, Horace C 

Stott, J. Doane 

Wilson, W. Carleton 
Caudill, Russell H. 

Cash, Howard H 

Moore, G. Nelson .... 
Fields, Paul H. 
Dawson, R. Grady 
Baum, Herman B. 
Brandenburg, F. Bardin 

Pegg, J. Paul 

Whitehead, Talton [. 
Melton, Omer C.° ' 
Fisher, Edgar B. 
Thompson, Arthur L. 
Vickery, Robert L.° 
Herbert, J. Furman 
Heath, C. Freeman 
Redden, Forrest D.° 
Pollock, Henry F. 
Garland, Roger E. 
Lawrence, Marquis W. 
Tilley, Lester A. 
Hough, Thomas B. 
Barbee, Carl W. 
Strawbridge, Ishmael |. 
Hathaway, Offie L. 
Lewis, Ralph H. 
Measamer, Elvvin H. 
Russell, Leon 
Howard, William M.. fr. 
Womack, Carlos P. 
Williams, A. Morris 
Traynham, David D. 
Cunningham, M. Earl 
Holt, D. Dillon 
Edwards, Earl B. 
Harris, H. LeRov 
Maness, Paul R.° 
fones, Foster L. 
Soodwin, Durwood T. 
Bradshaw, Robert W. 
Andrews, Chester J. 
Warren, Millard W. 
Blount, George W. 
[enkins, Theodore R. 
Ruark, Henry G. . 
Robbins, Cecil W. 
VIorris, Clarence P. 
Sarlington, J. Ezell 
Lee, Allen C. 
Soldston, C. Wade 
Foyce, Johnnie L. 
Lewis, Vance A. 



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Ross, Leon W 

Lineberger, James W 

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Fitts, Robert N.* 

Dunn, Millard C 

Long, Charles B 

Stephenson, Marion O. .... 

Walston, Robert E 

Harrison, Russell S. 

Early, Joyce V 

Moser, R. E. Lee 

Boggs, Clyde S 

Fouts, Dwight L 

Wright, Carl K. 
Anderson, Wilbur K.° 

Elkins, Ollie V 

McLamb, Howard M 

Eubank, Graham S. 

Cotton, Worth B 1 

Stevens, Willis R.° 

Pritchard, Ralph W. 

Greene, John T.* 

Poe, John R. 
Meacham, Benjamin F.° 

Crow, William A 

Crossno, R. Leon 

Grant, Nicholas W 

Hix, C. Eugene, Jr.* 

Coble, Joseph F 

Nelson, Claude D.° 

Gardner, Matt R 1 

Newton, R. Zenos 1 

Parrish, Leslie L 4 

Barrs, William K.° 

Lewis, Henry B 

Overton, James H., [r. ... 

Patterson, Floyd M.* 

Page, Jack W. 

Yick, Thomas M., Jr 

Hubbard, Charles S 

Queen, Vergil E. 

Harrell, Haywood L 

Rogers, Harry L. 
Cushman, Robert E.° ... 
Bradley, David Gilbert 

Chaplin, Alfred L 

Neese, W. Junius 

Wheeler, Kermit 

Taylor, Key W. 

Autry, John D. A. 

Howard, W. Elmer . . . 2 

Ingram, O. Kelly 

Boone, Sidney G 

Gray, Alan D. L 



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Salisbury, Md 1932 

Durham 1933 

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Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

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Washington 1934 

Oneonta, Ala 1934 

Blackwell, Okla 1934 

Bluefield, W. Va 1934 

Wilmington 1935 

Wilmington 1935 

Wilmington 1935 

Wilmington 1935 

Bedford, Ind 1935 

New Bern 1936 

New Bern 1936 

New Bern 1936 

New Bern 1936 

New Bern 1936 

New Bern 1936 

New Bern 1936 

Albemarle 1936 

New Bern 1936 

New Bern 1936 

R Raleigh 1937 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Elizabeth City 1938 

E Elizabeth City 1938 

E Elizabeth Citv 1938 

E Elizabeth Citv 1938 

E Fayetteville 1939 

E Fayetteville 1939 

E Fayetteville 1939 

E Genesee Conf 1939 

E LOng Beach, Calif. . 1939 

E Wilmington 1940 

E Wilmington 1940 

E Wilmington 1940 

E Wilmington 1940 

E Wilmington 1940 

E Wilmington 1940 

E Tuscumbia, Ala 1940 

E Durham 1941 

E Durham 1941 



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Knowille, Tenn. 


1942 


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18 


Wilson 


1942 


1944 


1946 


17 


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1942 


1944 


1946 


17 


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1942 


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17 


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1942 


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1942 


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1942 


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16 


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1942 


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1943 


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Rocky Mount 


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1943 


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1943 


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Rocky Mount 


1943 


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16 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1945 


1946 


16 


Rocky Mount 


. 1943 


1943 


1945 


16 


Rocky Mount 


. 1943 


1944 


1945 


16 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1944 


1944 


15 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1945 


1945 


15 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1947 


1949 


14 


Lynchburg, Va. 


1943 


1945 


1946 


16 


Raleigh 


1944 




1944t 


15 


Raleigh 


. 1944 


1944 


1946 


15 


Raleigh 


1944 


1944 


1946 


15 


Raleigh 


1944 


1944 


1946 


15 


Raleigh 


. 1944 


1944 


1945 


14 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


1944 


1944 


1944 


15 


Knowille, Tenn. 


1944 


1946 


1946 


14 


Washington, D. C. 


1944 


1945 


1946 


15 


Goldsboro 


1945 


1945 


1947 


14 


Goldsboro 


1945 


1947 


1949 


14 


Goldsboro 


1945 


1953 


1956 


12 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


13 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


13 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


12 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


13 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


13 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


13 


Henderson 


1946 


1947 


1948 


13 


Elizabeth City 


1947 




1947t 


12 


Elizabeth Citv 


1947 


1948 


1949 


12 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1947 


1949 


12 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1947 


1949 


12 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1947 


1949 


12 


Utica, N. Y. . 


1947 


1947 


1949 


12 


Elizabeth City 


1947 




19471 


12 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1952 


1954 


12 


Roanoke, Va 


1947 


1947 


1949 


12 


Greenville 


1948 


1949 


1950 


11 


Greenville 


1948 


1948 


1950 


11 


Greenville 


1948 


1950 


1952 


11 


Greenville 


1948 


1951 


1953 


10 


Charleston, W. Va. 


. 1948 


1952 


1953 


9 


Norfolk, Va 


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Dicks, Russell L.° E 

Freeman, William L E 

House, Thomas H E 

Regan, James R. 5 E 

Kinlaw, Grover C E 

Mercer, Charles H. . E 

Carruth, Paul E 

Rogers, James E. E 

Mooney, Robert C, Jr. E 

Caviness, Woodrow W. E 

Crutchfield, Gilbert W. E 

Vereen, LaFon C E 

Couch, Leon V. E 

Pure-ell, Eugene G., Jr. E 

Chaffin, J. Claude " E 

Mitchell, Charles M. E 

Sponenberg, James E. E 
Boone, Daniel C. 6 E 

Musser, Benjamin F. E 

Bame, Robert L. E 
Petteway, Warren B. 2 E 

Edens, Allen C, Jr. E 

Patten, Brooks E 

Gregorv, Walter B. E 

Ports, George W., Jr. E 

Charlton, David W. E 

Collins, Thomas A. E 

Johnson, Carl A. E 

McCarver, Clyde G. E 

McCoy, Charles S. E 

Jones, Barney L.° E 

Still, Frederick E. E 

Manschreck, C. L." E 

Sales, Reames H.° E 

Bostick, Joseph K. E 
Stephenson, Arthur L. G. 4 E 

Nicks, Robert L. E 

Smith, Edward F.° E 

Barrett, Troy J E 

Edwards, J. Paul E 

Cline, John M. E 

Maides, John T., Jr. E 

Rudin, John J." E 

Reid, Dermott J E 

Hirschi, Carlton F. E 

Wells, William M., Jr. E 

Aycock, Johnnie D. E 

Winberry, Herman S. . . E 

Moe, David L E 

Bingham, Buel E. E 
Auman, James Albert 1 E 

Jackson, L. P E 

Lewis, David M. E 

Epps, Ralph I. E 

Lancaster, Alton S 3 E 

Crowder, William R 2 E 

Fowlkes, Ralph E E 

Beale, Carroll H SY 



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Newton, Carl R 

Davidson, Barney L. 

Kinley, Grady L. 

Miller, James H., Jr. 

Jones, Norwood L 

Kinlaw, Dennis F." 

Glover, Murrell K 

Wilson, Kellv 1., Jr 

Whitley, Edgar Earl 
Whicker, Grady Herman* . . 

Jamieson, Herbert M 

Hill, Alton P., Jr 

Reynolds, Alonza Lee ... 
Feltman, Walter C. 
Commander, Richard T. . . 

Nickens, C. Graham 3 

Megill, George C 

Brogan, Wesley G 

Garrison, John W.* 

Leatherman, Harold F. 

McDonald, Walter N 

Little, Brooks B 

Richardson, John E. 

Brown, James C. P 

Watson, Harvey L 

Moore, Robert F 

Tyson, Marvin D 

Byrd, Albert D., Jr. 

Eason, Robert H 

Seawell, William A 

Davis, Herman F 

Minor, Harold D. 
Gitlin, Emmanuel M.° 
Bridges. Lawrence, lr. 
Dunn, Clyde H. 
Desrosiers, Norman A.° 
Atwater, Warren E., Jr. 
Johnson, Walter R. ' 2 

Bizzell, Henrv A., Jr 

Barefield, Robert S.° 

Clark, Wilfong W., Jr. 

Beane, Kenneth E 

Tyson, Tommy 2 

Warren, Clarence L. 

fordan, Robert H 

Waldrop, J. H., Jr 

Brown, Chester D. 

Smotherman, Ernest H 

Goodwin, James W.* 
Cameron, Angus M. 

Blue, John R 2 

Hailey, James R 

Kirby, Wallace H. . . . 

Starnes, William B 

Brodie, Robert S 1 

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E Groveton, N. H 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

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E Davenport, Iowa 1950 

E Minnesota Conf 1950 

E Wilmington 1951 

E Wilmington 1951 

E Wilmington 1951 

E Wilmington 1951 

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E Wilmington 1951 

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E Wilmington 1951 

E Wilmington 1951 

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E Greensboro 1951 

E Nashville, Tenn. 1951 

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E 


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1952 


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1953 


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Fitzgerald, F. Owen, Jr. 


E 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1953 


7 


Aitken, Louis Allon 


1 E 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1955 


7 


Aitken, Paul Wesley 


E 


Charleston, W. Va. 


1952 


1953 


1955 


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Sexton, Kenneth B 


E 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1953 


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Owen, J. Malloy, III 


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1952 


1953 


1954 


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Savell, Joel M.* 


E 


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1952 


1952 


1953 


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Wentz, Walter A., Jr. 


E 


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1952 


1953 


1954 


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Regan, James R., Jr 


E 


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1952 


1952 


1953 


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McKee, Robert F 


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Burlington 


1952 


1952 


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Wegwart, Wayne G. 


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Charleston, \V. Va. 


1952 


1954 


1955 


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Steele, Thomas Fant, Jr. 


E 


Greenville, S. C. 


1952 


1954 


1955 


7 


Garrard, William R. 


E 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1952 


1953 


1954 


7 


Tyson, Aaron Grandison 


E 


Burlington 


1952 


1956 


1958 


7 


Stevens, Edward Amos 


E 


Burlington 


1952 


1957 


1959 


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Lore, Auburn William 


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Durham 


1953 


1956 


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Folds, Albert R. 


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Athens, Ga 


1953 


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Seattle. Wash. 


1952 


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Shoaf, Early C 


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Charlotte, N. C. 


1952 


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Pfister, John William 


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Kansas City, Kans. 


1952 


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Gore, Albert N., Jr 


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1952 


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Smith, Harmon L., Jr. 


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Greenville, Miss. 


1952 


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1953 


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1953 


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1953 


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Allen, Joseph Land 


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1953 


1952 


1955 


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Cahow, Clark R. 


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1953 


1953 


1955 


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Hill, Noah B., Jr. 


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Durham 


1953 


1954 


1957 


6 


Pate, Robert Bruce, Jr. 


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1953 


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1953 


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1955 


6 


Fleming, Ralph Lang, Jr. 


E 


Durham 


1 953 


1953 


1955 


6 


Meekins, Earl Ray 


9 E 


Durham 


1953 


1950 


1952 


6 


Grill, Charles F., Jr. 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1956 


6 


Hamilton, James W 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1957 


6 


Cummings, Simeon Foster 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1956 


1958 


6 


Yelverton, Pernecie C. 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1955 


1957 


6 


Brum, lohn H. 


E 


Durham 


1953 


1955 


1956 


6 


Baker, Randall 


E 
E 


knoxville, Teun. 
Buekhanon, W. Va. 


1953 
1953 


1955 
1954 


1957 
1956 


6 


Browning, Paul 


6 


Sherman, W. W., Jr. 


E 


Westminster, Md. 


1953 


1953 


1956 


6 


Mewborn, Charles Hall 


2 E 


Durham 


1953 


1957 


1959 


6 


Cheek, William H. 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 




1954t 


5 


Duplissev, F. J. 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 




1954t 


5 


Ellis, Wallace M. 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1 954 


1957 


5 


Speight, James Braxton 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1957 


5 


Landers, Samuel E. 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 




19541 


5 


Layfield, P. H., Jr. 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1956 


5 


Stark, Rufus H., II 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1957 


5 


Fisher, Albert F. 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1956 


5 


Caudill, Charles C 


E 


Raleigh 


. 1954 


1954 


1956 


5 


Parrish, John H. 


8 E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1950 


1953 


5 


Wooten, Charles Wesley 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1957 


5 


Bishop, W. Warren 


E 


Raleigh . 


1954 


1955 


1956 


5 



52 



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|| a 

NAME . E 1-S 

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<0 CnOS 

Rickards, James Perry E 

Brandenburg, Arthur L. E 

Wier, Frank, E E 

Johnson, Robert L E 

Jeffries, William Mac E 

Newsome, Jack L. E. 

Meacham, William Franklin 7 E 

Quick, William Kellon 1 E 

Staton, Jesse Cloman E 

Green, Lawrence Amon E 

Hale, Holland Luther E 

Pearce, Harvey Worth E 

Sutton, John Hardy, Jr E 

Bedsworth, Ellis Jennings E 

Biddeaux, Rene Orville E 

Garris, Horace Stanford E 

Wood, Robert D E 

McClung, Ardel F E 

Pearsall, John Sanders E 

Tisdale, Walter E E 

Smidi, John Thomas 3 E 

Green, Wallace T. E 

Bunn, Paul Grayson 1 E 

Glass, Joseph Conrad E 

Simonton, Charles Alison 2 E 

Walker, Franklin Odell 1 E 

Mansfield, Jack Percia . . . . E 

Pope, Thomas Arnold 2 E 

Thompson, Emerson McLean E 

Reed, John Edwards, Sr. 1 E 

Tyson, Vernon Cephas 2 E 

Boone, Paul Wendell E 

Baldridge, Robert Lee E 

King, Arnold Kimsey .1 E 

Love, Robert Hugh E 

Phillips, Henry Arthur 1 E 

Cook, Irvin . E 

Quigley, Horace Gilbert E 

Conner, William O. 6 E 

Ward, Herman Nathan 7 E 

Black, Bobby Carl . E 

Scott, Paul Batteaux, Jr. E 



where 1 

ADMITTED fi S 

SB 

£<_ 

Raleigh 1954 

Florida 1954 

Bristol, Tenn 1954 

Lakeland, Fla 1954 

Richmond, Va 1954 

Atlanta, Ga 1954 

Raleigh 1954 

Raleigh 1954 

Raleigh 1954 

Raleigh 1954 

Raleigh 1954 

Raleigh 1954 

Raleigh 1954 

Fayette ville 1955 

Favetteville 1955 

Fayetteville 1955 

Hutchinson, Kan. 1955 

Fayetteville 1955 

Fayettevile 1955 

Fayetteville 1955 

Fayetteville 1955 

Atlanta, Ga 1955 

Fayetteville 1955 

Fayetteville 1955 

Memphis 1955 

Fayetteville 1955 

Westminster, Md 1955 

Greenville 1956 

Greenville 1956 

Greenville 1956 

Greenville 1956 

Harrisonburg, Va. . 1956 

Greenville 1956 

Greenville 1956 

Greenville 1956 

Greenville 1956 

New Bern 1957 

New Bern 1957 

New Bern 1957 

New Bern 1957 

New Bern 1957 

Wilson 1958 



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i< 


1954 


1955 


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1955 


1957 


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1956 


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1954 


1958 


4 


1954 


1958 


3 


1955 


1957 


5 


1956 


1958 


5 


1956 


1958 


3 


1956 


1958 


5 


1957 


1959 


5 


1957 


1959 


5 


1957 


1959 


2 


1955 


1956 


5 


1955 


1958 


4 


1956 


1958 


4 


1956 


1958 


4 


1956 


1958 


4 




1955t 


4 


1955 


1957 


4 


1955 


1957 


4 


1953 


1955 


4 


1956 


1957 


4 


1956 


1959 


4 


1956 


1959 


4 


1957 


1959 


2 


1957 


1959 


4 


1957 


1958 


4 


1956 


1958 


3 


1956 


1958 


3 


1956 


1958 


3 


1956 


1958 


3 


1956 


1958 


3 


1957 


1959 


3 


1956 


1959 


3 


1956 


1959 


3 


1956 


1959 


3 




1957t 


3 




1959 


2 


1953 


1957 


2 


1952 


1954 


2 


1957 


1959 


2 




1958t 


1 



The following names will be entered in the above Roll when the necessary infor- 
mation is obtained: Counted in Total: Heggoy, Willy N., Transferred from the Virginia 
Conference; Najder, Konstanty, Transferred from the Virginia Conference. 

Total membership in Full Connection: 436. 



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53 



PREACHERS ON TRIAL 



Aills, Lovell Roy 

Alexander, Gayle Thomas 
Alexander, Joseph C, Jr. 
Amon, Wm. Ernest .... 
Armstrong, E. P., Jr. . . 
Bailey, James Herbert . 
Barrett, Claude Lillen, J 
Bissette, Lester Cefare 
Breeden, Clarence R. . . 
Bryant, Charles Vernon 
Bundy, Robert Francis 
Burttram, Denny Welch 

Byrd, Nathan D 

Calloway, Carl Reed . . . 
Capps, Clingman Carter 
Carr, Gabriel Paul, Jr. . 
Chandler, George P. . . . 
Coleman, Edward Cortez 
Cooke, George Weylon 
Creech, Clyde McGee . . 
DeHart, Murray Lee ... 

Dulin, Max Wade 

Eakin, Charles Francis 
Epperson, James Sidney 
Fendt, Paul Frederick . 
Fulcher, John Rodney . 
Fulcher, Thomas Otis . 
Gibbons, Robert H., Jr. 
Gradeless. Robert M., . 
Griffis, James Wilson, Jr 
Hodge, Rudolph Hart . . 
Hodgin, Hubert Howard 
Hutchinson, Charles H. 
Jackson, Wilbur Ivan . . 
Johnson, George William 
Jones, Wesley Stuart . 
Joyner, Frank B., Jr. . 
Lewis, Johnnie Murrell 
Lininger, Harold F. . . . 
Lloyd, Frank Irwin, Jr. 
Long, John Daniel .... 
Lowdermilk, Wm. P. . 
McLean, Robe"-; Abner 
McMillan, Samuel D.. J: 
Mangum, Robert Lee . 
Mann, Milton Thomas 
Martin, William Jack . 
Medlin, William Frank 
Midgette, Peleg D., Ill 

Moore, Virgil N 

Osteen, Edward Powell 



Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 


1 


New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1957 


2 


New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1957 


1 


New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1957 


2 


Wilson 


1958 




26a 


1958 


1 


2 Wilson 


1958 




26a 


1958 


1 


Raleigh 


1954 




26b 


1954 


5 


2 Wilmington 


1959 


25c 




1959 




New Bern 


1957 




26b 


1959 


2 


1 Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




New Bern 


1957 




26b 


1957 


2 


2 Birmingham, Ala. 


1957 






1957 


2 


3 Richmond, Va. 


1958 










New Bern 


1957 




26b 


1957 


2 


2 Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




2 Wilson 


1958 




26a 


1958 


1 


Wilmington 


1959 24a 






1959 




New Bern 


1957 




26b 




2 


Roanoke, Va. 


1957 




26a 


1959 


1 


Greenville 


1956 




26a 


1956 


3 


Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1957 


2 


Wilson 


1958 




26a 


1958 


1 


New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1957 




7 New Bern 


1957 




26c 


1956 


2 


1 Wilmington 


1959 


25a 








New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1957 


2 


New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1957 


2 


Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




Wilson 


1958 




26a 


195S 


1 


Wilmington 


1959 24a 






1959 




Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




Wilson 


1958 




26a 


1958 




4 Montgomery. Ala. 


1958 




26a 


1959 


1 


6 Wilmington 


1959 


25d 




1956 1958 




Greenville 


1956 




26a 


1956 


1 


2 Wilson 


1958 




26b 




1 


New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1957 




Wilson 


1958 




26a 19 


1 


Wilmington 


1959 


25a 








Wilmington 


1959 


25a 




1959 




Wilson 


1958 




26b 




1 


New Bern 


1957 




26a 


1958 


2 


Wilson 


1958 




26b 




1 


New Bern 


1957 




26a 1957 


2 



54 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



Owens, Charles Edward . . Durham 

Parrish, Billy Hiram Wilmington 

Parvin. James Burbank . . . Wilmington 

Peterson, Richard H Wilson 

Phillips, Lee Allen Wilson 

Pickett, Win. Edward .... New Bern 

Ponder, Reginald W Wilmington 

Pullman, Robert S New Bern 

Randolph, Francis R Wilmington 

Roach, Edwin Lee Wilson 

Schmitz, Lamar Haider . . . Wilmington 

Scroggs, Robin Jerome ... 2 Fayetteville 
Snead, Stanley Stuart .... Wilmington 
Sparks, Charles Edgar . . . New Bern 

Sproull, Laurell Dallas 6 Meadville. Pa. 
Stanford, James Carleton . New Bern 

Stott, Elbert Russell Wilson 

Teachey, Wilbur Carol ... 5 Wilmington 
Thompson, Leo Clifford . . . Wilson 
Thompson, Neil Howard . . Fayetteville 

Townsend, Kenneth R. ... 1 New Bern 

Tyson, David Morrill 7 Wilson 

Vaiden, Gerald Merritt ... 2 Wilmington 

Waggoner, James Milan . . 1 Wilson 
Wagnon, Joseph Allen .... Fayetteville 

Watson, Orville W 

Weaver, Walter Parker . . Wilmington 
White, James Graham . . . Burlington 
Williams, Oscar Shelton . . Wilmington 

Wise, Wilford Denny 6 Wilmington 



1953 


26a 


1957 


4 


1959 


25a 


1959 




1959 


25a 


1959 




1958 


26a 


1959 


1 


1958 


26b 


1958 


1 


1957 


26b 


1957 


2 


1959 


25a 


1959 




1957 


26a 






1959 


25a 






1958 


26a 


195S 


1 


1959 


25a 


1959 




1955 




1955 


4 


1959 


25c 


1959 




1957 


26a 


1957 


2 


1956 


26b 


1959 




1957 


26a 


1957 


2 


1958 


26a 


1958 




1959 


25c 






1958 


26a 


195S 




1955 


26b 


1958 


4 


1957 


26a 




3 


195S 


26c 




1 


1959 


25a 


1959 




1958 


26a 


1958 


1 


1955 


26b 


1955 


4 



1959 25a 
1952 26b 1957 

1959 24a 1959 

1959 25d 1955 1958 



Total No. Preachers On Trial SI. 

Orders Recognized. 

This Record will be completed when full information is obtained. 

Approved Service Years, Supply and Effective, subject to review and revision 
by the Conference Board of Pensions. (Editor). 



Journal of Proceedings 



55 



^APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS: ROLL, STATUS, RECORD OF SERVICE 

Par. 1621 and 1629 



I 



Allen, Gordon E., Jr |2i a 

Amspacker, Merle " '21a 

Baker, Eugene J [ |2l a 

Benfield, Jack Monroe '21a 

Berry, Frank R \ /_[[ J2i a 

Bilberry, Davis Leroyt . . j21a 

Blankenhorn, Richard R. . 

Brady. W. H 

Braunstein. Richard i 

Bryant, James Hillary 

Bryant, John E |2l a 

Byers, Morris Jennings; 

Byrd, Douglas Leon 21a 

Callahan, Wm. Paul 21a 

Carlson, Wm. Paul* 121a 

Carroll. J. M 

Casey, John F 

Chrismon. Harold 21a 

Claytor, Robert Brownl 21a 

Cooper, John A 1 

Courtoy, Charles 21a 

Cowan, Z. V 

Crawley, Hyder F 

Cutler, John W 2 la 

Daniels, Frank D. R 

Davenport, Wm. S 

Davis, George Alison 

Davis, Jefferson Woodrow | 

Drew, Robert M |21a| 

Dunn, Edgar Vernon j 

Ourkovich, John* 21a 

Eason, Wm. E 

Edwards, Hal L., Jr 21a[ 

^alls, Andy Burgyon, Jr | 

♦Msher, A. Mickeyt |21a 

Wisher, Jesse Thomas 

Wisher, John T 

•"ortescue, Frank W [ 

Foster, Robert Gilmer 

^rierson, Leon Roy !21a 

''rost, Wm. Robert 

^ulford, Wm. N 

i'underburk, Donald F 21a 

lalloway, J. Q 21a; 

lastor, Marvin E 

Hbat, Henry E 

Irimes, Joseph Junior 

lamilton, Rembert C, Jr 

larrington, Richard Wm.i J21a 






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Harriss, Donald L 

Harris, Robert Gentry 

Herbert, Walton Frederick . . . 

Hicks, C. B |21a| 

Hollowell, Clifton R 21a| 

Hood, Jean L ,21a| 

Hunsucker, Lloyd G [21a| 

Hunter, Jack Manly |21aj 

Isenhour, Olin B |21a 

Jarrett, Wilbur Arthur* 21a 

Jennings, Thomas Earl* 21a 

Jones, Hughling Brockway 

Jones, James D i 

Jones, Vassar Wilson 21a 

Juren, Jerry J ] 

Kimbrough, S. T., Jr.* 21a] 

King, William R j 

Langley, John W 21a 

Leonard, Robert Webster, Jr.* .... ( 21a| 

Lewis, Sinclair Enslev [21a! 

Lewis, W. C !21a| 

Locklear, Jakie 

Locklear, Nash 

Long, Allen Eugene! j21a| 

Lowry, Harvey | 

Lupton, James G |21aj 

Mathis, Gerald Ray |21a| 

Mayo, Leonard E 

McCullen, Billy R ) 

McGowan, James Gerald | ,21b 

Meadows, Dan E j 

Moore, Robert L |21a| 

Moore, Samuel S \ 

Morgan, Lewis Hunter* 21a 

Moss, Paul Elliott, Jr j 

Mullikin, Wade A 

Myers, Leslie 

Noble, Wesley James 

Olsen, Charles R 

Owen, Travis W. I 

Owens, Harley McCoy I 

Parker, Joseph Chapmen |21aj 

Perkins, Merrill G.* i21.a| 

Porter, Ernest Ray* ]21a] 

Porter, Howard* j21a| 

Poulk, Robert M j 

Regan, Austin C 

Rhiner, Etheridge Murrell I21a| 

Richardson, Max B |21al 

Ricks, Robert Dennis | 

Riley, Henry Elwood, Jr.* ;21a| 

Ripley, Orville Howard, Jr.* J21a| 

Sabiston, Win. D., Ill 21a] 



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57 



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Yrs. credited 

to Annuity 

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Sherrill, Lute A.t | 

Shore, J. C j | 

Short, James M 21a| 

Smith, James Edward | 

Smith, John Thomas |21a| 

Smith, Walton Everette 

Smithson, Rufus M., Jr I 

Snypes, James G ( 

Sparrow, Leon Ray I 

Spears, William | 

Spence, Russell G | 121b 

Stafford, Sidney EarL 121a' 

Stewart, Carl Oscar* !21aj 

Summey, Raymond Cliftoni: 21a 

Sutton, James Earl | 

Swink, Lionel Clyde 

Thompson, Roger Everett . . . 

Tyson, Bobby Powell 

Varnum, Tracie 

Vause, Charles E 

Vinson, Richard P 

West. Carlton Ray 

West. Thaddeus Clifton. Jr. . . 

White, John Hezekiah 

White, Thomas N 

Williams, James A 

Wilson, H. T 

Wilson, Kenneth Erwin 

Wilson, Leonard Truman .... 

Winstead, Arthur Wm 

Wood, John Everett | 

Wood. Samuel L 

Worley, William E J21a 

Yarborough, Jack B !21a 

Young, Chandis A | 



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IMembers of other Annual Conferences, but serving as Approved Supplies in 
the North Carolina Conference. 

This Record will be completed when full information is obtained. 

Approved Service Years, Supply and Effective, are subject to review and re- 
vision by the Conference Board of Pensions. (Editor). 

APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS: RETIRED 

W. J. Freeman, W. R. Hale, G. M. Kelly, P. M. Porter— 4 

OTHER SUPPLY PASTORS SERVING INTERIM APPOINTMENTS 

(For addresses and appointments, see Conference Directory) 
W. A. Beeker, Horace Ferguson, Kenneth E. Halcott, J. W. Lineberger, Jr., J. C. 
Martinson, J. A. Mason — 6 



Total Number Approved Supply Pastors, including those 
Supply Pastors serving interim appointments" — 147 



retired, and "Other 



58 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Local Preachers — 1959-1960 

"D" stands for Deacon, "E" for Elder, "L" for Licensed 

BURLINGTON DISTRICT 

Bell, E. B., (L) Bobbins 
Biggerstaff, John D., (L) Burlington 
Chrismon, Harold, ( L ) Burlington 
Gibat, Henry E., ( D ) Greensboro 
Lloyd, Phillip F., (L) Sanford 
Loftis, Thomas Edgar, ( L ) Mebane 
McAnulty, John Wallace, ( L ) Robbins 
McCarter, William R„ (L) Burlington 
Riggs, Bobby Eugene, ( L ) Mebane 
Wachs, William R., (L) Pittsboro 
Yarborough, Dewey L., ( L ) Sanford 

DURHAM DISTRICT 

Bailey, Ruby Matey, (D) 703 S. Duke St., Durham 

Barbour, Marvin Lindsay, (L) Carrboro 

Baum, William Oscar, ( L ) University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

Bradshaw, Francis Connor, (L) 2000 Cedar St., Durham 

Carden, Billy McCoy, (L) 640 W. Club Blvd., Durham 

Glosson, Charles Edward, ( L ) , Carrboro 

King, Julia Ord, (L) 913 Eighth St., Durham 

Loftin, Floyd F., (D) 304 S. Dillard St., Durham 

Maddry, Hubert Alexander, Jr., (L) 1604 Guess Rd., Durham 

Ray, Samuel Teague, ( L ) Carrboro 

Reese, Sidney Warren, Jr., (L) Box 9166, Duke Sta., Durham 

Ridout, Edward Martin, (L) 403 Edwards St., Durham 

Robbins, Lonnie Enos, (L) 823 Clarendon St., Durham 

Sissell, William Earl, Jr., (L) 2915 Monroe St., Durham 

Stars, William K., (Lj 1916 Glendale Ave., Durham 

Thompson, Robert Murphy, ( L ) Stem 

Warren, James Ivey, (L) Box 593, Roxboro 

Williams, Atticus Morris, Jr., (L) 144 N. Main St., Roxboro 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 

Austin, Donald Spencer, ( L ) Louisburg College, Louisburg 

Bingham, Lois C, (L) Shiloh 

Cherry, Corban Lee, ( L ) Hertford 

Felton, Carlton H., (L) Hertford 

Harrell, Herbert, ( L ) Elizabeth City 

Jolliff, J. R., (L) Belvedere 

Lewis, Leonard, (L) High Point College, High Point 

Nicholson, W. S., (D) Box 201, Guilford College 

Saunders, Mrs. Charles, (L) R.F.D. 4, Elizabeth City 

Singleton, G. M., (L) Washington 

Stowe, Rowland, (L) Hatteras 

Woodley, W. C, (L) Cresswell 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

Ballance, Miss Ethelynde, ( L ) Raeford 

Bowen, Gary O'Brien, (L) 1415 Battleground Ave., Greensboro 



Journal of Proceedings 59 

)avis, David Ellis, ( L ) Greensboro College, Greensboro 

Harris, Harold Eugene, (L) Hamlet 

Gentry, Paul Cullum, (L) Box 61, Maxton 

-laney, Roy Earl, ( L ) Gibson 

McNeill, Kirk, (L) Hamlet 

<Jance, Sherwood, (L) Box 61R, High Point College, High Point 

'iner, C. G., (L) Route 6, Fayetteville 

leago, James William, (L) Marston 

rhomas, Floyd Martin, (L) Jackson Springs 

rhompson, Albert Ervyne, (L) Hamlet, Box 61R, High Point College 

rhompson, James Frederick, Jr., (L) Duke Univ., Durham 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

iaker, Eugene Johnson, ( L ) Four Oaks 

irock, Leon, (L) Clinton 

Hoile, James Henry, ( L ) LaGrange 

Wording, Richard Arnold, (L) Wallace 

"outs, Mrs. D. L., (D) Mt. Olive 

iobbs, James Lee, ( L ) Clinton 

ngram, Douglas, (L) Princeton 

essup, Julian Daniel, (L) Wallace 

_,ewis, Leon, Jr., (L) Pikeville 

vlcGowan, Gerald, (L) Faison 

3 etty, Bernard G., (L) Rose Hill 

Richardson, William B., ( L ) KenK 

/onCannon, Luther Paid, ( L ) Garland 

Wiggins, Durwood Franklin, (L) Goldsboro 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Alexander, Robert Earl, (L) Kinston 
Ulark, Robert Allen, (L) Kinston 
Conner, Patrick Duane, (L) Morehead CZitx 
3ail, Francis Earl, ( L ) Kinston 
jS&wards, Ormond Kemp, (L) Ayden 
Dunn, Needham David, (L) Newport 
fohnson, C. A., (D) Straits 
-illy, Harry Glenn, (L) Kinston 
3 arker, Walton Clayton, (L) Grifton 
'eterson, Jather Luby, Jr., Vanceboro 
Rouse, Benjamin Charles, (L) Kinston 
Smith, Haskell William, ( L ) Ayden 
Stanton, Howard Francis, (L) Kinston 
ryndall, Leslie Glenn, (L) Kinston 
Ball, Ivey James, Jr., (L) Ayden 
JVoodworth, Douglas Richard, (L) Ayden 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

\mspacker, Mozelle Morgan, (L) Box 293, Warrenton 

\ndrews, John C, 13A Cameron Court Apts., Raleigh 

iiowen, John Henry, 209 West Jones St., Raleigh 

Edwards, Frazier McLean, (L) 505 Monthem Ave., High Point 

Faucett, James A., ( L ) Lillington 

Hester, Marcus Baxter, (L) Rt. 4, Raleigh 

House, Marietta Tyson, ( L ) Mamers 

Liles, Robert Biggs, (L) 2814 Fowler Ave., Raleigh 



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McAdams, Charles Kenneth, (L) 2223 Shannon St., Raleigh 

Merritt, Repton Hall, (L) Andover- Newton Theological Seminary, Newton, Mass. 

Schwartz, Philip, (E) 2222 Creston Rd., Raleigh 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

Anderson, Samuel Wyndham, ( L ) Box 638, Univ. Richmond, Richmond, Va. 

Cameron, Hugh Harris, (L) 729 Monroe St., Roanoke Rapids 

Edmundson, Haywood Ernest, ( L ) 529 N. Mercer St., Rocky Mt. ( High Point College ) 

Fulford, Robert Lyman, (L) Rt. 2, Farmville 

Harrell, Howard Braxton, ( L ) Hamilton, ( Pfeiffer College ) 

Harrell, John William, (L) R.F.D., Pinetops 

Hammerle, John Edward, (L) 812 S. Franklin St., Rocky Mt. 

Maxwell, George Larry, (L) 46 Carolina St., Roanoke Rapids 

Rabil, Albert. Jr., (L) 1520 W. Haven Blvd., Rocky Mt. 

(Union Theological Sem., N. Y. City) 
Roberts, Ora Bishop, (L) 500 W. Vance St., Wilson 
Smith, Jerry Thomas, ( L ) Halifax ( Box 86, Louisburg College ) 
Woodrull, Charles Edwin, (L) 903 Henry St., Roanoke Rapids (Louisburg College) 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Bullard, J. P., (L) Pembroke 

Crutchfield, Kenneth, (L) High Point College, High Point 

Cirmmings, Oscar, ( L ) Pembroke 

Dowless, Bruce S., (L) High Point College, High Point 

Dunn, Millard, Jr., (L) Duke Univ., Durham 

Hawthorne, Mark, ( L ) Wake Forest College 

Helms, Glenn, (L) Duke Divinity School, Durham. 

Hemmingway, Alden, (L) Duke Divinity School, Durham 

Mauitsby, Dan B., (L) Wofford College 

Maultsby, Don M., (L) Wofford College 

Ross, John Roy, ( L ) Louisburg College, Louisburg 

Sellers, Donald M., (L) High Point College, High Point 

White, T. L., (L) Lumberton 



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Classes in Conference Course of Study 

. IN CLASSES OF THE FIRST YEAR 

A. Full Connection 

No One 

B. On Trial 

"Stanley Stuart Snead (E) 

C. Approved Supply Pastors: 

Eugene Baker, Jack Monroe Benfield, Frank R. Berry, William H. Brady, Charles 
/. Bryant, John E. Bryant, Douglas Leon Byrd, William Paul Callahan, John M. Carroll, 
Charles Courtoy, John W. Cutler, Jefferson Woodrow Davis, Andy Burgon Falls, Jesse 
rhomas Fisher, Donald F. Funderburk, J. Q. Galloway, Marvin Edward Gaster, William 
lobert Hale, Robert Gentry Harris, Walter Frederick Herbert, Clifton R. Hollowell, Jean 
u. Hood, Lloyd G. Hunseker, Olin B. Isenhour, Jerry Jay Juren, John Wesley Langley, 
Sinclair Ensley Lewis, Nash Locklear, Harvey Lowry, J. E. Mahoney, Gerald Ray 
■athis, James Gerald McGowan, Paul Elliot Moss, Wade A. Mullikin, Leslie Myers, 
Wesley James Noble, Charles R. Olsen, Etheridge Merrell Rhiner, R. Dennis Ricks, 
Villiam D. Sabiston, James Millard Short, James Edward Smith, John Thomas Smith, 
Walton Everett Smith, James Grayson Snypes, William Spears, Russell G. Spence, James 
Larl Sutton, Lionel Clyde Swink, Roger Everett Thompson, Bobby Powell Tyson, 
fechard P. Vinson, Arthur William Winstead, Carlton Ray West, Thaddeus Clifton West, 
r., John Hezekiah White, Thomas Nasseau White, H. T. Wilson, Arthur W. Winstead, 
Villiam E. Worley, Jack B. Yarbrough. 

I. IN CLASSES OF THE SECOND YEAR 

A. Full Connection: 
Lewis A. Dillman 

B. On Trial: 

Max Wade Dulin, *Lee Allen Phillips i D) 



Orders Recognized 

C. Approved Supply Pastors: 

Merle Amspacher, George A. Davis, Frank W. Fortescue, Rembert Charles Hamil- 
on, Jr., Crawford Bryant Hicks, William Carson Lewis, James Glenn Lupton, Harley 
4cCoy Owens, Joseph Cephus Shore, Rufus Edward Smithson, Kenneth Ervin Wilson, 
Samuel Lee Wood (E). 

II. IN CLASSES OF THE THIRD YEAR 

A. Preachers in Full Connection: 
No One 

B. Preachers On Trial: 

Lester Cefare Bissett, Clarence Renneker Breedin, Neil Howard Thompson, Oscar 
helton Williams ( D ) . 

C. Approved Supply Pastors: 

Janus Hillary Bryant, Hal Lamar Edwards, James David Jones, Leonard Truman 
Vilson. 



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IV. IN CLASSES OF THE FOURTH YEAR 

A. Preachers in Full Connection: 

"Lewis A. Dillman (E), "James Russell Hailey (E), Harvey Bynum Johnson. 

B. Preachers On Trial: 

"Murry Lee DeHart (D), Claude Lillen Barrett, Jr. (D), Robert Francis Bundy 
(D), "Rudolph Hart Hodge (D), Robert Abner McLean (D), "William Frank Medlin 
(D), Charles Hall Mewborn (E), "William Edward Pickett (D), Lauroll Dallas Sproull, 
Neil Howard Thompson, James Graham White. 

C. Approved Supply Pastors: 

Edgar Vernon Dunn, William Robert Frost (D), William Nelson Fulford (D), 
Leonard Edward Mayo (D), Billy Rudolph McCullen (D), Travis W. Owen (D), Leon 
Ray Sparrow (D), Tracie Varnum (D), Charles Edward Vause (D), James A. Williams. 

V. IN THE GRADUATE COURSE OF STUDY 

A. First Year: 

Robert Marriner Gradeless (E), David Morrill Tyson (D), John Daniel Long, 
Wilford Denny Wise. 



Orders Recognized 



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Conference Directory 1959-1960 

Note: This is a general, unclassified Directory, alphabetically arranged. 
For other listings see Section II. 

1. Chronological Roll of Ministerial Members of the Conference. 

2. Preachers On Trial. 

3. Retired Preachers. 

4. Approved Supply Pastors. 

PRESIDING BISHOP 

Garber, Bishop Paul X., 404 Methodist Building, Richmond, Virginia 
Office Telephone MI 3-6976 — Residence Telephone EL 9-5929 

lama Address Appointment Telephone 

Ulls, L. R., Box 3, Lucama, Lucama-Brietz Memorial 3631 

Utken, L. A., Box 335, Ayden, Ayden S. 3901; H. 4307 

Utken, Paul W., 1152 Delano, Duke Hospital, Chaplain 2651; 2-650S 

Uexander, Gayle T., Rt. 2, Mebane, Orange Ct LO 3-5459 

Alexander, J. C, Jr., 292S Chapel Hill Rd., Student Duke Divinity Sch. 

Ulen, Gordon E., Jr., Rt. 1, Goldsboro, Falling Creek-Providence RE 5-1876 

Men, J. L., Perkins Sch. of Theology, Sou. Metho. Univ., Dallas, Texas, Prof. 

bnon, Wm. E., 124 Circle Court, Fayetteville, fohnson Memo HE 2-8887 

Imspacker, M. S., Rt. 3, Box 293, Warrenton, Bethlehem-Shady Grove 
laderson, W. K., Chaplain Sch. 8792 DU Stafl ol Faculty, 

Fort Slocum, X. Y„ Chaplain, USA. 

bidrews, C. J., Box 63, Ahoskie, Ahoskie S. 2203; H. 3738 

Armstrong, E. P., Clarendon, Bt. 1. Waccamaw Ct. Tabor City 6037 

Ishmore, H. R., Littleton, Littleton S. LU fi-4441; H. LU 6-4501 

Itwater, W. Eastwood, Jr., 1156 E. 57th St., Chicago 37, 

111. Student Univ., Chicago 
luman, J. A., Hertford. First Church S. 6411; II. 5191 

vutry. J. D. A., Box 627, Hamlet, First Church S. 112; H. 934 

^ycock, J. D., Box 244, Ellerbe, Ellerbe S. 4181; H. 2571 

Jailey, James H., Elm City, Elm Cit> CE 6-4371 

jaker, Randall, Haw River, Haw River . . S. CA 7-2418; H. CA 7-4085 

fctldridge, Robert, Pinetops, Pinetops TA 7-4496 

Jail, Walter C, 803 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount, Dist. Supt. . . GI 2-3022 

Jallance, Miss Ethelynde, Raeford Methodist Church 746 

Jame, R. L., 405 S. Fifth Ave., Wilmington. Fifth Ave. S. BO 3-2621; H. RO 2-7003 

lanks, J. T., Goldston, Goldston Linwood 8-3292 

Jarbee, C. W., Bethel, Bethel g 4.312; H. 4-311 

Jarclift, C. D„ 1002 W. Knox St., Durham, Dist. Supt . .' 8-1174 

Jarefield, Robert S., Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem, Studenl 

Jarnes, A. S., 3 Maiden Lane. Raleigh, Retired TE 2-7629 

Jarrett, Claude L., 200 East Highland Ave., Kinston, Supernumerar) 

Jarrett, T. J., Warrenton, Warrenton S. 3307- H. 3301 

Jarrs, W. K., Vet. Adm. Hospital, San Francisco 21, Calif., Chaplain 

Jartak, J. P., 220 Dyches Drive, Savannah. Ga., Retired 

Jass, W. X., Box 241, Trenton, Trenton 286-1 

Jaum, H. B., Rt. 2, Raleigh, Ebenezer TE 3-9139 

Jeale, C. H., 303 Essex Place, Richmond, Va., Supernumerary 

Jeane, K. E., Swepsonville, Swepsonville CA 6-4123 

iedsworth, E. J., Bt. 2, Box 399X, New Bern, Beach Grove .'. ME 7-9211 

3eeker, W. A., Box 293, Warrenton, Warren 

Jensfielrl, J. M., Rt. 3, Louisburg, Trinity, (Franklin Co.) 



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Nairn Address Appointment Telephone 

Benson, W. C, Wallace, Retired 

Berry, Frank E., Rougemont, Rougemont Durham 9-9959 

Bideaux, Rene O., Rt. 1, Jackson Springs, Missionary to Costa Rica 

Bilberry, D. L., Box 23, Mt. Gilead, Mt. Gilead Ct 3061 

Bingham, B. E., Box 116, Shiloh, S. Camden E. City 5051 

Bishop, W. W., Yanceyville, Yanceyville Owen 4264 

Bissett, L. C, 333 E. Main St., Belhaven, Belhaven WH 3-6831 

Bizzell, H. A., Jr., 56I Manchester Drive, Raleigh, St. Mar S. TE 4-6927 

Black, B. C, P. O. Box 1544, Lackland A.F.B., Texas, Chaplain, U.S.A. F. 

Blankenhorn, R. R., Rt. 1, Cove City, Asbury ME 7-9624 

Blount, George W., 2614 Cooleemee Dr., Raleigh, Wesley Memo TE 4-2031 

Blue, John R., 1308 Stanfield Dr., Fayetteville, St. John HU 4-2406 

Boggs, Clyde S., Clinton, First Methodist S. 2035; H. 2710 

Boone, D. C, Moncure, Moncure Kingswood 2-3915 

Boone, J. J., 923 Eighth St., Durham, Retired 8-1922 

Boone, Paul W., Box 126, Dublin, Dublin UNion 2-2536 

Boone, S. G., Williamston, Williamston SW 2-2802 

Bostick, J. K., 1120 E. Webb Ave., Burlington, Webb Ave CA 6-6233 

Bradley, D. G., 707 Hudson St., Durham, Prof. Duke Univ 4-6063 

Bradley, J. W., Rt. 6, Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, Retired TE 3-3447 

Bradshaw, R. W., 2000 Cedar St., Durham, Duke Memo S. 4-1091; H. 7-2210 

Brady, W. H., Aberdeen, Old Hundred Windsor 4-2505 

Brandenburg, Arthur, 1406 Kent St., Durham, Chaplain, 

Metho. Students, Duke Univ 7-6957 

Brandenburg, F. B., Box 147, Laurinburg, Retired 

Brantley, Allen P., 503 Tarleton St., Burlington, Dist. Supt CA 8-1846 

Braunstein, Richard, Middleburg, Middleburg Henderson AL 2-1616 

Breeden, C. R., Box 149-B, Rt. 2, Elm City, Sandy Cross GI 6-9861 

Bridges, L. J., Box 506, Southport, Southport GL 7-6124 

Brodie, R. S., 205 E. St., James St., Tarboro, St. James S. TA 3-3783; H. TA 3-2795 

Brogan, W. G., 606 W. Club Blvd., Durham, Director, Children's Work 

Conference Board of Education S. H 8-8395 

Brothers, L. C, Wake Forest, Wake Forest-Youngsville Export 5-3653 

Brown, A. E., Maury, Maury-Mt. Herman 2165 

Brown, C. D., Box 324, Havelock, First Church S. GI 7-3541; H. GI 7-3763 

Brown, J. C. P., 1078 Stamper Rd., Fayetteville, 

Lyon Memo S. HU 4-0495; H. HU 4-1245 

Brown, W. H., Jackson Springs, Retired 

Browning, Paul C, Box 18, Wrgihtsville Beach, Wrightsville AL 6-3447 

Bryant, C. V., Broadway, Broadway SP 8-1473 

Bryant, J. E., Rt. 2, LaGrange, Beston-Bethel LO 6-7617 

Bryant, J. H., Box 22, Stonewall, Stonewall (Bayboro) SH 5-2658 

Bundy, Robert F., Swan Quarter, Swan Quarter 48-6 

Bunn, Paul G., 407 Albright Ave., Graham, Missionary to Africa 

Burtram, Danny W., Box 248, Troy, Troy Ct 4761 

Byers, Morris J., Box 315, Creedmoor, Creedmoor WY 2-2181 

Byrd, A. D., Jr., 104 Latham Lane, Plymouth, Plymouth . . S. SW 3-2549; H. SW 3-2482 

Byrd, Douglas L., Box 113, Candor, Candor ; 3481 

Byrd, N. H., Rt. 3, Box 387B., Elizabeth City, Newland-Grace 8362 

Cade, W. A., 1609 Iredell Dr., Raleigh, Retired TE 3-9830 

Cahow, C. R., Greensboro College, Greensboro, Public Relations 

Callahan, Paul, Stokes, Stokes (Greenville) PL 2-6953 

Calloway, Carl, Rt. 1, Kittrell, Union Chapel (Henderson) GE 8-6978 

Cameron, A. M., Rt. 1, Box 73, Englehard, Mattamuskeet 15-0 

Capps, C. C, Pittsboro, Pittsboro Ct Kingswood 2-4031 



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Carlson, W. P., Rt. 3, Box 109, Durham, Maybrook-Massey 3-9524 

Carr, G. Paul, Drew Theological Seminar)', Student 

Carroll, J. M., Wanchese, Wanchese Manteo 389-WI 

Carrutli, Paul, Box 1006, Raleigh, Exec. Director, 

Commission Higher Education S. VA 8-5431; H. VA 8-5564 

Casey, J. F., Stella, Midway-Bethlehem Swansboro EA 6-4687 

Cash, H. H., Box 183, Bridgeton, Bridgeton ME 7-5660 

Caudill, Charles C, 6930th Radio Grg., Mobile APO 291, N. Y., X. Y., U.S.A.F. 

Caudill, R. H., 131 Church St., E. Rockingham, E. Rockingham TW 5-4587 

Caviness, W. D., 2524 Banner St., Durham, St. Pan] S. 2-6720; H. 9-4420 

Chaffin, J. C, Robbins, Robbins 3425 

Chambers, M. R., 1115 Eighth St.. Durham, Retired . 8-4777 

Chandler, George P., Emory Univ. Grad. Sch., Georgia, Student 
Chandler, Miss Mamiej, Methodist Student Center, Greenville, Deaconess 

Chaplain, A. L., Sanford. X. C. Joncshoro Heights S. SP 2-4661; H. SP 2-4662 

Charlton, D. \V., Enfield, Enfield 2-331 

Cheek, W. Hoyt, 202 Maple Dr.. Rockingham, 

Glenwood-Trinity S. TW 5-6336; H. TW 5-5075 

Clarke, D. A., Yanceyville, Retired 

Clarke, W. W., Jr., Box 216, Ocracoke, Ocracoke WA 8-4211 

Claytor, R. B., Box 3, Bntner, Burner Creedmoor YU 5-6605 

Clegg, E. R., R. F. D. Pittsboro, Retired 

Clegg, W. L., 2011 Stone St., Raleigh, Hayes Barton S. TE 2-6435; H. TE 3-3141 

Cline, John, Carthage, Retired 

Cline, J. M., 109 Chestnut Dr., Beaufort, Ann Street S. PA 8-4279; H. PA 8-3276 

Coble, J. F., 2310 Cranford Rd., Durham, 

Superintendent, Methodisl Retirement Homes, Inc. S. 8-7911; H. 7-5226 

Coleman, Edward, Rt. 2, Chadbourn, Cerro Gordo 4189 

Collins, T. A., Box 1375, Rocky Mount., 

President, N. C. Weslevan College < libson 2-7121; Gibson 2-6358 

Commander, R. T., Rt. 2, Box 374, Hamlet, Fellowship S. 834-W; H. 834-J 

Connor, W. O., Box 216, Salemburg, Salemburg Roseboro 3880 

Cook, Irving E., South Mills, South Mills E. City 8435 

Cooke, G. Wavlon. Rt. 3. Roxboro, Allensville-Trinity 7746 

Cooper, J. A., Box 95, Mavss ill, , Pollocksville PI 3-3041 

Cotton, W. B., Box 355, Richlands, Richlands 3226 

Couch, Leon, 704 E. Walnut St., Goldsboro, St. Paul S. RE 4-2965; H. RE 4-3154 

Courtoy, C. W., 1825 White Oak Rd., Raleigh, Jenkins Memo VA 8-2917 

Cowan, E. G., Sr., Rt. 1, Box 88A, Pittsboro, Retired Chapel Hill 8-0667 

Cowan, Z. V., Milton. Milton (Milton) 2611 

Cranford, J. D.. 1303 X. Church St.. Burlington, Retired 

Crawford, E. C. Rt. 1. Box 162, Fayetteville, Salem HE 3-0764 

Crawford, Van T., 21 1 S. Caswell St., LaGrange, 

LaGrange S. LO 6-3951; II. LO 6-3956 

Crawley, H. F., Jamesville, famesville SW 2-3830 

Creech, C. McGee, Rt. 1. Kenly, Micro 2527 

Critcher, B. D., 410 W. Divine St., Dunn, Dunn S. 2-339; H. 2386 

Crossno, R. L.. 110 Bryan St.. Havelock, Havelock-Cherry-Pt GI 7-3945 

Crow, W. A., 302 Hillsboro St., Franklinton, Franklinton 4301 

Crowder, Wm. R., Hookerton, Hookerton-Rainbow 2243 

Crum, J. H., 107 Shepherd St., Raleigh, Wynnwood Park. . S. TE 3-9394; H. TE 2-6221 

Crutchficld, G. W., 503 X. Road St., Elizabeth City, City Road S. 2658; H. 2515 

Culbreth, Frank, Rt. 2, Box 37, Fayetteville, Retired 

Cummings, S. F., Pembroke, Prosped JA 1-4472 

Cunningham, M. Earl, General Board of Education. 

Nashville, Tenn., Director Leadership Education BR 7-6400 

Cushman, R. E., 2022 Myrtle Dr.. Durham, Dean. Duke Divinity Sch. 7-5102 



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Davenport, W. S. s 735 Clark St., Rocky Mount, Clark St GI 6-5522 

Davidson, B. L., 712 Bridges St., Morehead Citv, First Ch. S. PA 6-3541; H. PA 6-4055 

Davis, Geo. A., White Oak, Box 39, Bladen UN 6-3167 

Davis, H. Fred, Fair Bluff, Fair Bluff MI 9-7349 

Davis, H. L., Box 206, Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown .... S. UN 2-3706; H. UN 2-3654 

Davis, Jefferson, W., High Falls, Glendon JU 1-4361 

Dawsey, C. B., Jr., Caixa Postal 45, Sao Jose Do Ril Preto, 

Est De Sao Paulo, Brazil, Missionary, Brazil 

Dawson, R. Grady, First Metho. Church, Wilson, First Ch S. 3728; H. 2046 

Dawson, W. L., Rt. 3, Laurinburg, Retired 

DeHart, M. L., Jr., Rt. 4, Elizabeth City, Union 4020 

Desrosiers, N. A., 104 Wcstbrook Dr., Butner 

Rotating Internship YU 5-6511, Ext. 217 

Dicks, R. L., 519 W. Washington St., Greensboro, 

Director, Pastor Counseling Center 

Dillman, L. A., Rt. 3, Country Club, New Bern, Garber ME 7-7283 

Dimmette, J. W., Box 212, Cary, Retired HO 7-9530 

Dodd, E. D., Fuquay Springs, Retired 

Drew, Robert, Rt. 1, Siler City, Silk Hope 840 W 4 

Dulin, M. W., Rt. 2, Littleton, Hawkins-Tabor 

Dunn, C. H., Yale Institute, Far Eastern Languages, New Haven, Conn. 

Missionary, Southeast Asia 

Dunn, E. V., Good Shepherd Home, Lake Waccamaw, Old Dock 2551 

Dunn, Millard C, Box 3246, Fayetteville, Dist. Supt HE 2-4934 

Duplissey, F. J., Box 853, Spring Lake, Spring Lake HY 7-0479 

Durham, E. C, 1316 Mordecai Dr., Raleigh, Retired TE 2-9542 

Duval, K. F., 1004 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, Retired 8-7402 

Eakin, Charles F., Rt. 2, Leland, Town Creek CL 3-6127 

Early, J. V., 221 N. 4th St., Wilmington, Grace S. RO 3-5198; H. RO 2-6409 

Earnhardt, D. E., 2610 Duke Homestead Rd., Durham (R. S.), McMannen 8-3486 

Earnhardt, E. L., 1219 North Dr., Goldsboro, Jefferson RE 5-2883 

Eason, R. H., 307 Carolina Ave., Raleigh, Westover, S. TE 2-0272; H. TE 4-2170 

Eason, W. E., 318 E. 12th St., Washington, Washington Ct 6-4382 

Edens, A. C, Jr., Hg. 2nd Btl. Grp., 8th Inf. Fort Riley Kansas, Chaplain, USA 

Edens, N. P., Box 235, Laurel Hill, Laurel Hill S. HO 2-3655; H. HO 2-2215 

Edmond, E. E., Box 483, Maxton, Maxton 103 

Edwards, Earl B., Box 332, Four Oaks, Four Oaks 3646 

Edwards, J. Paul, Box 246, Troy, Trinity 4181 

Elkins, O. V., 601 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham, Branson S. 2-2900; H. 3-4042 

Elliott, W. F., 218 Hilton Ave., McCall Aprs., Murphy, Retired 

Ellis, W. M., Box 62, Garland, Garland JA 9-3152 

Epperson, J. S., 1128 River St., Jacksonville, Northwoods 7330 

Epps, R. I., Box 365, Grifton, Grifton LA 4-5096 

Eubank, Graham S., 1913 Reid St., Raleigh, Dist. Supt TE 2-6988 

Ewing, H. C, 100 Deweese Ave., Rockingham, Retired 

Falls, A. B., Walstonburg, Tabernacle 4433 

Farrar, W. G, Rt. 4, Raleigh, Retired TE 2-3416 

Feltman, W. C, 909 Person St., Fayetteville, Person St. . . S. HE 3-2710; H. HE 2-3708 

Fendt, Paul F., Rt. 2, Durham, Mt. Sylvan 9-9288 

Ferguson, Horace, Rt. 2, Goldsboro, Mt. Carmel-Saulston RE 5-4879 

Fields, P. H., 1400 Spring Garden St., Greensboro, Retired 

Fisher, A. F., 920 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh, Highland S. TE 4-5809; TE 3-8988 

Fisher,' E. B., 1218 Edgewood Ave., Burlington, Front St. . S. CA 6-0620; H. CA 6-0738 
Fisher, J. T., Salter Path, Salter Path (Tel.) (Oak Grove Motel, Salter Path) 

Fitts, R. N., 207 Grove St., Oxford, Retired 3440 

Fitzgerald, F. O., Box 32, Murfreesboro, Murfreesboro S. 4956; H. 2111 



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Name Address Appointment Telephone 

Fleming, R. L., Jr., Box 472. Newport, Newport S. 222-7; H. 222-6 

Fletcher, M. O., Washington. Retired WH 6-2739 

Folds, Albert, Rt. I, Orrum, Bethesda ( Fairmont) 6167 

Fortescue, Frank W., Box 44, Tyner, Chowan (Edenton) 3911 

Pouts, Dwight L., Mount Olive, First Cli S. OL 8-3169; H. OL 8-2637 

Fowlkes, R. E., 100 W. Gale St., Edenton, Edenton S. 3269; H. 2289 

Fraser, H. C, 1302 Wiladonna Drive, LaCanada, Calif., Retired 

Freeman, W. J., Bolton, Trinity (Bladen Co.) R. S. GL 2-3498 

Freeman, W. L., 1810 Lakewood Ave., Durham, Lakewood S. 7-6227; H. 7-2216 

Frierson, L. R., Mamers, Spring Hill ( Lillington) 2123 

Fulcher, J. Rodney, Princeton Univ., Princeton, N. J., Student Graduate School 

Fulcher, T. O., 613 Horton Road, Durham, Aldersgate 3-2935 

Fulford, W. N., Box 171. Harrellsville, Harrellsville 2194 

Fulgham, Jack, Box 57, Bolivia, Bolivia-Bethel CL 3-6512 

Funderhurk, Donald, Rt. 1, Henderson, Gillburg 

Galloway, J. Q., Battleboro, Battleboro 6-8804 

Gardner, M. R., 104 N. Sumner St., Selma, Selma WO 5-2054 

Garland, R. E., Saxapahaw, Saxapahaw FR 6-3630 

Garlington, J. E., 1516 Market St.. Wilmington. Dist. Supt. RO 3-4835 

Garrard, W. R., Box 278, Vieques, Puerto Rico. Missionary 

Garris, H. S., Pittsboro, Pittsboro Kingswood 2-3871 

Garrison, J. W., Caixa Postal 246, Mogi Das Cmxrs. Sao Paulo, Brazil, Missionary 

Caster, Marvin, Rt. 8, Sanford, Sanford Ct. SP 3-3221 

Gibat, Henry E., Box 508, Greensboro, N. C. Advocate, Manager Piedmont Press 

Gibbons, Robert H., Jr., Duke Divinity School, Durham, Student 

Gibson, Robert S., Appa. State Tea. College, Bbone, Director, Wesley Foundation 

Glass, H. I., Lake [unaluska, Retired 

Glass, J. C, Jr., Box 225, Raleigh, Layden Memo. TE 2-3795 

Gitlin, E. M., Sou. Metho. Unix.. Dallas, lev.. Prof., Perkins Sch. 'lino. 

Glover, Murrell K., Laurinburg, Associate Professor. Presbyterian College 

Goldston, C. Wade, Louisburg College, Louisburg, Professor 8876 

Goodwin, D. T., Box 7, Candy Coinjock 3967 

Goodwin, J. W., Caixa Postal 15, Campinas est Sao Paulo. Brazil, Missionary 

Gore, A. N., fr., Winlall, Perquimans Hertford 3744 

Gradeless, R. M.. Rt. 1, Box 2391), Hubert, Hubert Jacksonville 7017 

Grant, N. W.. 117 Brooks We., Raleigh, Fairmont S. TE 2-3316; H. TE 2-2403 

Gray, A. D. L., Oxford Orphanage, Oxford, Superintendent 

Green, L. A.. Box 351. Oriental, Oriental CH 9-3661 

Greene, J. T., Fla. State Univ., Professor 

Greene, W. T, Box 2, Hallsboro, Hallsboro 2691 

Gregorv, W. B., Box 26, Bath, Bath WA 3-3326 

Griffis, J. W., Jr., Box 3, llarrells, llarrelh Harrells 2-4005 

Grill, C. F., Box 178, Burgaw, Burgaw CL 9-4412 

Grimes, J. 1.. Rt. 1, Elm Citx . Temperance Hall, Rock) Mount GI 6-9645 
puthrie, C. W., Wanchese, Retired 248-W3 

Hailey, J. R., Methodist Bet. Homes, Durham, Student Duke Univ. Div. Sch. 8-7911 

Haleott, Kenneth E., 121 Hamilton St., Henderson, Vance GE 8-3360 

Hale, W. R., 1112 West Markham Ave., Retired 
Hale, Holland L., Rt. 4, Rockingham, W. Rockingham TW 5-3135 

Hall, E. M., 415 Morrison St., Raleigh, Retired TE 2-6401 

Hall, L. M., 1008 W. Knox St., Durham. Retired 8-2334 

Hamilton, James W., Norman, Norman 3139 

Hamilton, R. C, Jr., 516 French Ave., Lumberton, Asbury RE 9-4185 

Harmon, J. C, 710 Hinsdale St., Raleigh, Retired 

Harrell, H. L., Box 163, Pink Hill, Pink Hill LO 8-4756 

Harrington, R. W., Knightdale, Knightdale . CO 6-2373 



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Name Address Appointment Telephone 

Harris, Don L., Garysburg, Spring Ch.-Garysburg JE 6-4342 

Harris, H. L., Box 917, Pelham, Cobb Ct. ( Danville, Va. ) Gatewood Ext. EV 8-2489 

Harris, R. G., Jr., Box 275, Hillsboro, Eno-Palmer's Gr 4063 

Harrison, R. S., 1700 Ft. Bragg Rd., Favetteville, 

Haymount S. HU 4-9464; H. HU 4-6619 

Hathaway, O. L., 3341 Hampton Rd., Raleigh 

Executive Director, Conference Board Missions TE 3-6094 

Hayman, L. D., Southport, Retired Supply, Youpon Village GL 7-4733 

Heath, C. Freeman, 1915 Market St., Wilmington, Trinity . S. RO 2-5727; H. RO 2-7709 
Hedden, F. D., 1608 Pineview St., Raleigh, 

Crusade Director, Division of National Missions TE 4-0431 

Heggoy, Willy, Jr., 85 Sherman St., Hartford 5, Conn., Missionary to Africa 

Henderson, M. C., Kipling, Kipling-Cokesbury (Fuquay) MU 7-2665 

Hendricks, Harris L., St. David St., Tarboro, Retired 

Herbert, J. F., Rt. 2, Glenn Heights, Chapel Hill, Retired 8-6811 

Hethcox, R. L., Clayton, Retired 

Hicks, C. B., Rt. 1, Bolton, Bolton GL 2-3325 

Hill, A. P., Jr., 205 S. 46th St., Wilmington, Wesley Memo., S. RO 3-3272; H. RO 2-3562 

Hill, N. B., Jr., Robersonville, Robersonville S. 7-631; H. 4-621 

Hillman, E. L., 816 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, Retired 8-5886 

Hirschi, C. F., 1209 Ragsdale Rd., Greenville, St. James . S. PL 2-6155; H. PL 2-4173 
Hix, C. E., Jr., Central College, Fayette Mo., Professor 

Hobbs, A. Jarvis, Box 187, New Bern, Dist. Supt ME 7-4600 

Hodge, R. H., 301 Fenton St., Raleigh, Millbrook S. TE 2-1614; H. TE 2-1517 

Hodgin, H. H., Jr., Leasburg, Leasburg (Roxboro) 7368 

Hollowell, C. R., Rt. 4, Goldsboro, New Hope RE 5-0675 

Holt, D. D., Box 871, Nashville 2, Tenn., President, Scarritt College 

Hood, J. L., Rt. 1, Goldsboro, Brogden-Elm St RE 5-3870 

Hough, T. B., Box 1032, Lumberton, Chestnut St S. RE 9-3304; H. RE 9-4531 

House, T. H., Box 55, Mamers, Mamers (Lillington) 6703 

Howard, W. E., Box 96, Benson, Benson 5851 

Howard, W. M., Jr., 605 E. 10th St., Greenville. 

Jarvis Memo S. PL 8-1265; H. PL 8-1282 

Hoyle, J. W., 2347 Huron St., Durham, Retired 7-7882 

Hubbard, C. S., Box 728, Chapel Hill, Univ. Church S. 6286; H. 8-7601 

Hunsucker, L. G., Rt. 1, Graham, Bethel FR 6-3112 

Hunter, J. M., Rt. 2, Newport, Harlowe-Oak Gr., Phone John Ives, Havelock 
Hurley, B. T., Box 652, Red Springs, Retired 
Hurlev, J. Bascom, Apex, Retired 

Husted, M. L., Box 31, Stedman, Cokesbury HE 3-1703 

Hutchinson, Charles H., Duke University Divinity School, Durham, Student 

Ingram, O. K., 3705 Pendergrass St., Durham, Associate Professor 

and Associate Dean of Students, Duke Divinity School 3-3275 

Isenhour, O. B., Siler City, Siler City Ct S. SP 3-8611; H. SP 4-5581 

Jackson, L. P., 1606 Adams St., Wilson, W. Nash (Wilson) PL 6331 

Jackson, Wilbur, Duke Divinity School, Durham, Student 

Jamieson, H. M., Box 52, Bailey, Bailey 2306 

Jarrett, W. A., Efland, Efland-Lebanon .' 5-2361 

Jeffries, W. M., Whitakers, Whitakers GE 7-4921 

Jenkins, T. R., Box 444, Jacksonville, Trinity S. 7772; H. 7547 

Jennings, T. E., Box 32, Ca-Vel, Roxboro, Ca-Vel 6096 

Jernigan, J. O., Marshallberg, Marshallberg PA 9-3422 

Jerome, R. L., Box 662, Elizabeth City, 713 W. Church St., Dist. Supt 2415 

Johnson, C. A., Ill N. Driver Ave., Durham, Carr S. 3-1954; H. 3-3671 

Johnson^ George, Rt. 2, Snow Camp, Rock Creek FR 6-3478 

Johnson, H. B., Box 187, Apex, Apex EL 4-3911 



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Johnson, R. L., 214 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill, Director, Wesley 

Foundation, University of N. C S. 7-4331; H. 9-6334 

Johnson, W. R., Rt. 3, Rockingham, Roberdell S. TW 5-6110; H. TW 5-3746 

Jones, Barney L., 2622 Pickett Rd., Durham, Assistant Dean, 

Trinity College, Duke University 7-8519 

Jones, F. L., Box 68, Cordova, Cordova TW 5-4836 

Jones, Harold Hobgood, Hobgood (Scotland Neck) 8-116 

Jones, H. B., Vanceboro, Vanceboro CH 4-5352 

Jones, H. C, 308 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh, Retired TE 4-1938 

Jones, J. D., Rt. 1, Box 47, Hope Mills, Faymont HE 2-7814 

Jones, Norwood L., 243 Harden St., Burlington, Trinity CA 7-7294; CA 8-8291 

Jones, Vassar W., Box 45, Timberlake, Mt. Tirzah (Roxboro) 4198 

Jones, W. S., Bickett Blvd., Raleigh, Asbury TE 4-6346 

Jordan, R. H., Box 67, Roseboro, Roseboro 3926 

Joyce, J. L., Box 62, Garner, Garner EM 2-9398 

Joyner, Belton, Drew Theology Seminary, Student 

Juren, Jerry Jay, Pine Level, Pine Level WO 5-2170 

Kelly, G. M., Whiteville, Retired 

Kimbrough, S. T„ Jr., Box 353, Hillsboro, Hillsboro 4704 

King, A. Kimsey, Jr., Box 552, Chapel Hill, Aldersgate S. 8-6231; H. 8-0152 

King, H. K., Box 10522, Raleigh, Conference Director, Evangelism TE 4-4745 

King, W. R., Shallotte, Shallotte Ct PL 4-6550 

Kinlaw, D. F, Loudonville, N. Y., Pastor Community Church 

Kinlaw, G. C, Gaston, Gaston ( Roanoke Rapids) JE 7-4854 

Kinley, G. L., Box 166, Gibson, St. John-Gibson AM 8-2731 

Kirby, W. H., Fremont, Fremont S. 4391; H. 2286 

Kirk, David, Rt. 2, Chapel Hill, Orange 9-9270 

Knight, R. N., Box 111, Gatesville, Gatesville 2651 

Lancaster, A. S., Box 161, Chicod, Salem PL 2-4225 

Lance, H. E., 2916 Guess Rd., Durham, Retired 8-3386 

Landers, S. E., Box 116, Princeton, Princeton 3871 

Lanning, Jesse H., 481 McBain Dr., Fayetteville, 

Christ Church S. HU 4-3340; H. HU 4-8658 

Larkin, L. C, Box 176, Mt. Gilead, Mt. Gilead 4781 

Lawrence, M. W., 1014 Monmouth Ave., Durham, Trinity S. 4-8671; H. 6-2401 

Layfield, P. H., Jr., Tabor City, Tabor City S. 4041; H. 5551 

Leatherman, H. F., Box 506, Manteo, Manteo S. 9-W; H. 9-J 

Lee, Allen C, Box 153, Farmville, Fannville S. 3448; H. 3820 

Lee, P. O., Whiteville, Whiteville MI 2-3775 

Lee, T. W., 811 Onslow St., Durham, Retired 8-5958 

Leonard, R. W., Stem, Stem-Bullock . (Creedmoor) WY 2-2898 

Lewis, D. M., Box 145, Atlantic, Atlantic CA 5-3167 

Lewis, H. B., Cary Cary S. HO 7-2212; H. HO 7-9290 

Lewis, J. M., 302 Main St., Henderson, Harris Chapel 

Lewis, L. A., Box 119, Aurora, Aurora WE 8-4302 

Lewis, Ralph H., Box 83, Bahama, Bahama (Durham) 9-9534 

Lewis, Sinclair E., Rehobeth, 104 East Front St., Oxford 

Lewis, Vance, Rich Square, Rich Square LE 9-2364 

Lewis, W. C, Rt. 1, Box 369, Wilmington, Scotts Hill RO 3-1424 

Lineberger, J. W., Box 71, New Bern, Centenary . . S. ME 7-5382; H. ME 7-3282 

Lineberger, J. W., Jr., Sea Level, Sea Level CA 5-3131 

Lininger, Harold F., Duke Divinity School, Durham, Student 

Little, B. B., 1908 Grand Ave., Nashville 4, Tenn., Asso. Ed. Upper Room 

Lloyd, F. 1., Jr., Box 6, Bynum, Bymun . (Pittsboro) Kingswood 2-3663 

Locklear, Jakie, Rt. 3, Maxton, Sandy Plains 

Long, A. B., Holly Springs, Holly Springs 



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Long, C. B., Box 156, Parkton, Parkton UL 8-3316 

Long, John D., Bell Arthur, Wesley Memo (Greenville) PL 2-6463 

Long, J. O., Apex, Retired 

Lore, A. W., Box 223, Chadbourn, Chadbourn 3201 

Love, F. S., 1805 Wilshire Ave., Raleigh, Retired TE 3-9927 

Love, R. H., 519 W. Washington St., Greensboro, Associate 
Director, Pastoral Counseling Center 

Lowdermilk, W. P., 122 Dobbin Ave., Fayetteville, Culbreth HU 4-9617 

Lowe, W. G., Aurora, Retired 

Lowry, D. F., Pembroke, Retired Supply, Ashpole JA 1-4392 

Lowry, F. R., Pembroke, Retired 

Lowry, Harvey, Rt. 1, Rowland, Fairview-Pleasant Grove 

Loy, W. L., Rowland, Retired GA 2-3601 

Lupton, James G., Box 64, Seven Springs, Seven Springs 

Maides, J. T., 137 Lord Ashley Rd., Raleigh, 

Long View Gardens S. TE 4-7554; VA 8-4772 

Maness, E. C, Fuquay Springs, Retired 465-R 

Maness, M. W., Box 414, Fairmont, Fairmont MA 8-4341 

Maness, Paul R., 204 Hamilton St., Roanoke Rapids, Retired 

Maness, Tracy, R.F.D. Broadway, Morris Chapel 

Maness, W. L., Siler City, Rt. 1, Box 2A, Retired Supply, Asso. Christ Church 

Mangum, Robert, Box 206, Pembroke, First Church JA 1-4366 

Manschreck, C. L., 2403 Prince St., Durham. Professor, Duke University 7-6407 

Mansfield, J. P., Rt. 1, Box 512, Morehead City, Camp Glenn PA 6-5564 

Mann, Milton, Box 711, Townsville, Tabernacle Henderson GE 8-6755 

Martin, W. C, Clayton, Retired WA 2-7183 

Martin, W. Jack, Box 74, Pinebluff, Pinebluff BU 1-3728 

Martinson, J. C, Newton Grove, Newton Grove LY 4-4756 

Mason, J. A., Rt. 2, Princeton, Ebenezer-Raleigh Highway RE 4-4569 

Mathis, G. Ray, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, Merritts-Ebenezer 8-3446 

Mayo, Leonard, 411 Church St., Smithfield, Johnston WE 4-3834 

Meacham, B. F., 6431st Air Base Group, APO 235, San Francisco, Calif. 

Meacham, W. F., Rt. 1, Jackson Springs, Sandhill Ct (Candor) 2234 

Meadows, Dan E., Durant's Neck, New Hope-Woodland . (Eliz. City) 3095 

Measamer, E. H., Aulander, Aulander 2-366 

Medlin, W. F., Halifax, Halifax JU 3-2246 

Meekins, E. R., Rt. 6, Burlington, Friendship CA 7-7733 

Megill, G. C, 1608 E. Pine St., Goldsboro, St. Luke S. RE 4-3616; II. RE 4-5019 

Melton, O. C, Clinton, Retired 

Mercer, C. H., Mebane, Mebane S. LO 3-4305; H. LO 3-4301 

Merritt, B. O., Cary, Retired 

Mewborn, C. H., Windsor. Windsor PY 4-2112 

Midgett, P. D. Ill, 302 Forest Rd., Oxford, Oxford Ct 3123 

Miller, J. H., 508 Everett Place, Durham, Calvary S. 9-7626; H. 9-3115 

Miller, James H., Jr., Box 333, Snow Hill, Calvary Memo S. 360; H. 563 

Minnis, J. F., 501 Midland Ave., Sanford, Trinity SP 4-3235 

Minor, H. D., 2007 Cole Mill Rd., Durham, Director, Adult Work, 

Conference Board of Education S. 6756; H. 8-8642 

Mitchell, C. M., Seaboard, Seaboard LU 9-2526 

Moe, David L., 425 Durant Dr., Fayetteville, St. Matthews HU 4-6341 

Mooney, R. C, Jr., Box 1135, Southern Pines, 

Southern Pines S. OX 2-8164; II. OX 5-4734 

Moore, G. Nelson, Pfeiffer College, Misenheimer, Director, Public Relations 

Moore, R. F., Carthage, Carthage WHitney 7-2474 

Moore, Robert L., Woodland, Woodland IU 7-3626 

Moore, S. S., 1211 Arendall St., Morehead City, Franklin Memo PA 6-4679 

Moore, V. N., First Church, Morehead City, Assistant, First Church 6-3451 



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Morgan, L. H., Coats, Coats 

Morris, C. P., 2323 Englewood Ave., Durham, Executive 

Secretary, Conference Board of Education 6756; 81463 

Moser, R. E. L., 730 N. Blount St., Raleigh, Trinity S. TE 2-1390; H. TE 3-7466 

Moss, Paul E., Jr., Box 172, Elizabeth City, Brite Meadows 8966 

Mullikin, Wade, Spring Hope, Nash GR 8-3471 

Munns, R. F., 2104 Pelham Rd., Raleigh, Retired TE 2-1289 

Musser, Ben F., Nashville, Nashville 325-1 

Myers, H. E., 141 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, Retired 7-7867 

Myers, L. M., Bonlee, Bonlee (Siler City) Lyric 7-3742 

McCarver, C. C, 1214 Respass St., Washington, First Church S. 6-3311; H. 6-2539 

McClung, A. F., Wallace, Wallace AT 5-2857 

McCoy, C. S., Pacific School of Religion, Professor 

McCullen, B. R., Faison, Faison 2866 

McDonald, W. X., Louisburg College, Louisburg, Professor S. GI 6-4101; H. GI 6-3757 
McKee, R. F., 1101 Meadows St., New Bern, Trinity S. ME 7-2660; H. ME 7-5261 

McKenzie, G. R., Jr., D-9 Westover Aptments, Durham, Director, 

Youth Work, Conference Board of Education S. 6756; 88363 

McLamb, H. M., Rt. 3, Goldsboro, Dist. Supt RE 4-5324 

McLamb, McD., '- E. D. McLamb, Rt. 2, Rockingham, Retired 

McLean, R. A., Eureka, Eureka-Yelverton FR 4769 

McMillan, S. D., Jr., 1138 Delano St., Durham, Wellons Village 2-2455 

McRae, W. V., Lake Junaluska, Retired GL 6-3107 

Najder, Konstanty, Doll Farm, Round Top, X. Y. 

Missionary to Polish People in America 
Neese, W. J., Box 623, 407 Roanoke Ave., Roanoke Rapids, 

First Church S. IE 7-4462; H. JE 7-2173 

Nelson, C. D., 297 4th Ave., X. Y. 10, X. Y. National Council 

of Churches in U.S.A. 

Newsome, Jack, 110 Ridgewaj Drive, Wilmington, Epworth RO 3-6726 

Newton, Carl, Box 127, Robbins, Robbins Ct William 8-2518 

Newton, P. F., Weldon, Weldon S. JE 6-9926; H. JE 6-3782 

Newton, R. Z., Cameron St., Burlington, Retired 

Nickens, C. G., Box 67, k'enansville, Duplin 2182 

Nicks, R. L., Metho. Home for Children, Raleigh, Supt. S. TE 3-2834; H. TE 2-7105 

Noble, Wesley, 117 S. 4th St., Wilmington, Riegelwood RO 3-4203 

Noblitt, F. B„ Rt. 2, Marion, Retired 

Olson, C. R., Box 3036, Manteo, Dare 176-W 

Osborn, R. T., 216 Monmouth Ave., Durham, Professor, Duke University 9-4831 

Osteen, E. P., Box 13, Rocky Point, Rocky Point Clearbrook 9-4296 

Overton, J. H., Jr., Lambeth College, Professor 

fiwen, Charles E., Kittrell, Tar River (Henderson) GE 8-6925 

Owen, J. Maloy III, 135 Home St., Clayton, Clayton . WA 2-6446 

Owen, Travis, Box 5, Pembroke, Pembroke Ct JA 1-4142 

Owens, H. M., Jr., 514 Balsey St., Clinton, Clinton Ct 2892 

Page, J. W., Box 1225, Fayetteville, I lav St., S. HE 2-2343; H. HE 2-2025 

Parker, A. S., Carrboro, Carrboro (Chapel Hill) S. 8-3681; H. 8-1931 

Parker, J. C, Box G. Dover, Dover JA 3-9223 

Parrish, B. H., 3118 Murchison Rd., Fayetteville, Gardners 

Parrish, 1. If., Rowland, Rowland S. CA 2-3335; II. GA 2-3321 

Parrish, L. 1... Roanoke Rapids, Rosemarj S. JE 7-3973; H. JE 7-3902 

Pan in, lames B., LeGrange, Institute LO 6-7546 

Pate, R. Bruce. 610 Larkspur Rd., Kinston, St. Mark S. JA 7-0537; H. J A 7-1454 
Patten, Brooks, Wilder Ave., Aberdeen, Page Memo. S. WI 4-1132; H. WI 4-1595 
Patterson, F. M., Hg. 16th A.F. Box 466, APO 283, New York, Chaplain, USAF 
Pearce, H. W., Box 91, Columbia, Columbia 2731 



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Pearsall, John, 804 N. Graham-Hopedale Rd., Burlington, Grace CA 7-3153 

Pegg, J. P., 1510 National, New Bern, Riverside S. ME 7-3015; H. ME 7-6386 

Perkins, Merrill, Bunn, Louisburg Ct GI 6-3977 

Peterson, R. H., Cedar Grove, Cedar Grove, Efland 5-2292 

Petteway, W. B., 114 Church St., Henderson, First Church, S. GE 8-7164; H. GE 8-4162 

Petty, D. A., Rose Hill, Rose Hill S. 336-6; H. 351-1 

Pfister, John, Box 204 B. Sneads Ferry, Sneads Ferry East 7-2272 

Phillips, H. Arthur, Jr., Box 632, Shallotte, Shallotte-Camp PL 4-6355 

Phillips, Lee A., Rt. 1, Lumberton, Lumberton Ct REdfield 9-3808 

Phipps, W. T., 901 Clarendon St., Durham, Retired 3-5033 

Pickett, W. E., Gates, North Gates 3479 

Poe, J. R., Fuquay Springs, Fuquay Springs S. 272; H. 151 

Pollock, H. F., Kenly, Kenly-Buckhorn 2981 

Ponder, Reginald W., Rt. Troy, Lovejoy-Macedonia 4181 

Poole, I. T., 1302 N. Duke St., Durham, Retired 8-5739 

Pope, Arnold, Rt. 2, Box 273B Roanoke Rapids, Smith JE 7-2033 

Porter, Ernest R., Rt. 4, Lumley Rd., Durham, Bethesda 2-3290 

Porter, H. B., 1810 Avondale Dr., Durham, Retired 2-5014 

Porter, Howard, 3602 Winston Blvd., Wilmington, Doran Park RO 2-0618 

Porter, P. M., Grub St., Hertford, Retired 2289 

Ports, George W., Jr., Rt. 3, Rockingham, Pee Dee 4516 

Potter, W. S., Sanford, Steele St S. SP 3-4271; H. SP 3-1361 

Poulk, R. M., Rt. 5, Box 99, Goldsboro, Salem RE 5-1318 

Powell, H. P., Box 1926, Raleigh, Edenton St S. TE 2-0160; H. TE 2-0684 

Pritchard, R. W., 301 Sherman Dr., Fayetteville, Wesley Heights HE 2-4340 

Pullman, R. S., 209 W. Ehringhaus St., Elizabeth City, Pasquotank 7158 

Purcell, E. G., Jr., Pikeville, Pikeville 2651 

Queen, V. E., 513 W. Church St., Elizabeth City, First Church S. 6284; H. 7292 

Quick, W. K., Zebulon, Zebulon AN 9-5381 

Quigley, H. G., Box 286, Richlands, Richlands Ct 35471 

Randolph, F. R„ 304 Coleman St., Oxford, Gray Rock 3047 

Reed, John E., Army Garrison (2124) Fort Monroe, Va., Chaplain, U. S. Army 

Regan, A. C, Rt. 2, Box 140, Vanceboro, Vanceboro Ct CH 4-3247 

Regan, J. R., Rt. 2, Autryville, South River CO 7-2455 

Regan, J. R„ Jr., 100 Md. Ave., NE, Washington 2, D. C, 

Director, Organizational Activities, General Board of Temperance 

Reid, D. J., 603 E. Davis St., Burlington, Davis St S. CA 6-4457; H. CA 6-6663 

Revnolds, A. L., 110 S. 3rd St., St. Pauls, St. Pauls S. 3921; H. 2656 

Rhiner, E. M., 124 Parker St., Henderson, Citv Road GE 8-7432 

Richardson, J. E„ 1103 W. Williams Cr., Elizabeth City, Riverside S. 4549; H. 6562 

Richardson, Max B., Box 2177, E. Rockingham, 

Grace-Community S. TW 5-6137; H. TW 5-3367 

Richmond, I. S., 1211 Virginia Ave., Kinston, Retired 

Rickards, J. P., 4083rd, ABGP, APO 23, N. Y., N. Y., Chaplain, USAF 

Ricks, R. D., Jr., Box 375, Star. Star S. Biscoe 6212; H. Biscoe 2586 

Riley, Henry E., Jr., Rt. 3, Hillsboro, Union Grove 

Ripley, Orville, H., Tr., Rt. 5, Box 426A, -Durham, Fletchers Chapel 6-8203 

Roach, Edwin, 606 W. Vance St., Wilson, Homes, Mt.-Zion 2-828 

Robbins, C. W., Louisburg College, Louisburg, President 5581 

Roettger, C. D., Box 662A., Carolina Beach, Carolina Beach GL 8-2372 

Rogers, C. T., 917 St. David St., Tarboro, Retired 

Rogers, H. L., Wendell, Wendell FO 5-9281 

Rogers, J. E., 5998 Peachtree Rd., NE, Atlanta, Ga., Ohaplain-Vet. Adm. 

Ross, L. W., Macon, Macon (Warrenton) 8551 

Ruark, H. G., 211 McRae St., Laurinburg, First Church S. CR 6-1592; H. CR. 6-1939 
Rudin, J. J. II, 1017 Rosehill Ave., Durham, Prof, Duke Univ. Div. Sch 8-1944 



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Rush, James, Verona, Verona 

Russell, J. A., Box 327, Troy, Retired 

Russell, Leon, First Metho. Ch., Rocky Mt., First Ch. S. GI 6-5195; H. GI 6-4517 

Sabiston, W. D. III. Rt. 2, Graham, Salem Chapel FR 6-6205 

Sales, R. H., 2411 Prince St., Durham, Professor, Duke University 7-6408 

Savel, Joel M., Box 2207, Univ. Sta., Gainesville, Fla., Counselor, Univ. of Fla. 
Schmitz, L. H., Rt. 1, Hillsboro, New Sharon 

Scott, Paul B., Rt. 4, Raleigh, Macedonia TE 4-8338 

Scroggs, Robin J., Dartmouth College, Professor 

Seawell, W. A., Box 51, Longhurst, Roxboro, Grace-Longhurst 4448 

Self, M. Y., Box 252, Littleton, Retired 

Sexton, K. B., Box 595, Erwin, Ervvin S. 4149; H. 3345 

Sharpe, D. M., 1004 Urban Ave., Durham, Retired Supply, 

St. John S. 8-1644; H. 8-2134 

Sherman, W. W., Scotland Neck, Scotland Neck 2-791 

Shirrell, Lute A., Avon, Kennekeet 

Shoaf, E. C, 2012 Woodrow St., Durham, Minister of Education, 

Duke Memorial S. 5-5021; H. 8-7806 

Shore, J. C, Rt. 2, Graham, Hightower CA 6-2626 

Short, J. M„ Box 104, Mt. Gilead, Pekin 3601 

Shuller, E. R., Box 102, Swansboro, Svvansboro . EA 6-4373 

Simonton, C. Alison, Jr., 2507 N. Duke St., Durham, Glendale Heights 9-2824 

Slaughter, B. B., 810 Lancaster St., Durham, Retired 8-5966 

Smith, E. F., Ecole Secondaire Unie Katubue, Kalumba Care 

Par Luluabourg, Congo Beige, Africa 
Smith, Harmon L„ 802 Green St., Student, Duke Graduate School 8-4486 

Smith, J. E., Rt. 2, Box 256, Newport, Beaufort Ct„ 

Phone Core Creek Service Station, Beaufort 
Smith, J. L., Rt. 2, Box 134 C. Kannapolis, Retired 

Smith, J. T., Box 6, Mavsville, Mavsville ... PI 3-2441 

Smith, Thomas, Rt. 3, Enfield, W. Halifax 

Smith, Walter E., 1500 Ashford Ave., Fayetteville, Tabor HU 4-3367 

Smithson, Rufus M., Creswell, Creswell 3766 

Smotherman, E. H., Rt. 3, Goldsboro, Daniels Memo S. RE 5-1883; H. RE 4-4456 

Sneed, S. S., Box 136, Kittv Hawk, Kitty Hawk 2651 

Snvpes, J. G., Rt. 1, Dunn, Wesley CO 7-2504 

Sparks, C. E., Rt. 3, Raleigh, Garner Ct. Vance 8-3133 

Sparrow, L. R., Box 23, Hatteras, Hatteras (Buxton) 2751 

Spears, W. R., Rt. 4, Box 389A, Durham, Andrews-Soapstone S. 7-5227; H. 5-4034 

Speight, J. B., Rt. 3, Wilson, Fvansdalc-Black Creek 7-1914 

Spence, II. E., 3629 Hope Valley Rd., Durham, Retired 7-5227 

Spence, Russell G, Rt. 3, Goldsboro, Sarecta . . RE 4-2786 

Sponenburg, J. E., 2805 Guess M.. Durham, Bethany S. 8-7098; H. 8-3373 

Sproull, L. D., Box 387, Clarkton, Clarkton Ct 3211 

Stafford, Sidney E., Rt. 1, Hurdle Mills, Walnut Grove 
Stanford, J. C, 603 E. Davis St., Burlington, Associate, 

Davis Street S. CA 6-4457; II. CA 6-6663 

Starke, Rufus, Trail 2, Grove Park, Burlington, St. Pauls S. CA 8-1681; H. CA 8-9905 

Starling, G. B„ Kenly, Retired 

Starnes, James, Elizabethtown, Council 

Starnes, S. J., 2712 Adams St., Wilmington, Sunset Park S. RO 2-8866; H. RO 2-8158 

Starnes, \\ . B., 1st Missle Batn.. 562nd Artlv, Fort Ceo., Meade, Md., Chaplain, USA 

Staton, I. C, 208 S. Mcllwean St., Kinston, St. John S. JA 7-0385; H. JA 7-1632 

|teel( -, T. Kant, |r„ Box 514, \ ass, Vass S. YU 6-2976; H. YU 6-2971 

Step],,,, son, A. I.. C. L31 W. Ridge St., Rocky Mt., Marvin GI 6-5787 

Stephenson, M. O., COMLANT Naval Air Sta., Norfolk, Va„ Chaplain, U. S. Navy 
Stevens, E. A., Amer. Foundation, Religion & Psychiatry, N. Y. City, N. Y. 



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Stevens, W. R., 106 Rockingham Rd., Rockingham, First S. TW 5-2181; H. TW 5-2151 
Stewart, C. O., Rt. 3, Graham, Christ Church 

Still, Frederick E., Box 67, Red Springs, Red Springs S. 4511; H. 5331 

Stone, A. H., 1915 Thurston Dr., Wilson, Winstead 6767 

Stott, Elbert Russell, Candler Sh. Theo., Emory Univ., Ga., Student 

Stott, J. D., Angier, Angier 4311 

Strawbridge, I. J., 1710 Camden Rd., Fayetteville, Calvary- Victory HE 3-3743 

Summey, R. C, Rt. 6, Raleigh, Pleasant Grove TE 2-2263 

Surratt, H. Freo, 2229 Omah Ave., Durham, Retired 8-6616 

Sutton, J. E., Box 304, 704 Edgecombe St., Tarboro, Hart-Speight TA 3-2488 

Sutton, J. H., Jr., 210 Paul St., Rocky Mt., St. Pauls GI 2-5487 

Swink, L. C, Rt. 1, Trenton, Shady Grove (Kinston) JA 3-9558 

Tanaka, Isawa, 117 Newell St., Durham, Library, Duke Univ., Div. Sch. ...... 8-4564 

Taylor, Key W., 1214 Oxford Rd., Roxboro, Brooksdale-Brookland 7274 

Teachey, W. C, Rt. 1, Box 157, Council, Carver's Creek MI 5-3423 

Tew, W. A., 909 Askew St., Burlington, W. Burlington CA 7-3993 

Tharpe, J. A., Rt. 1, Salisbury, Box 738, Retired ME 6-2166 

Thompson, A. L., 132 N. Main St., Roxboro, Long Memo S. 8-3833; H. 8-3831 

Thompson, E. M., Jr., Stantonsburg, Stantonsburg 4021 

Thompson, Leo. C., Box 5022 Duke Sta., Duke Univ. Div. Sch., Durham, Student 

Thompson, Neil, Lake Waccamaw, Lake Waccamaw 2821 

Thompson, R. E., Grimesland, Grimesland (Greenville) PL 2-6594 

Thrift, C. T., 406 Bon Air Ave., Durham, Retired 3-3365 

Tilley, Lester A., Smithfield, Centenary S. WE 4-2333; H. WE 4-2597 

Tisdale, Eugene, Spring Hope, Spring Hope 355-1 

Townsend, K. E., Wesley Theo. Seminary, Student 

Traynham, D. D., Jackson, Northampton LE 4-3256 

Tyson, A. G., Box 206, West End, West End S. 2512; H. 2866 

Tyson, B. P., Box 147, Laurinburg, Caledonia CR 6-1415 

Tyson, D. M., Williston, Williston-Smyrna PA 9-3651 

Tyson, G. H., Rt. 5, Goldsboro, Pine Forest RE 4-0838 

Tyson, M. D., 307 Charlotte St., Rocky Mt., Englewood . S. GI 6-8511; H. GI 2-6345 

Tyson, Tommy, 108 Kornegay St., Goldsboro, Conf. Evangelist RE 5-2220 

Tyson, Vernon C, Box 1926, Raleigh, Asso., Edenton St. . . S. TE 3-4829; H. TE 4-9027 

Underwood, W. J., Bonlee, Retired LY 7-3451 

Vaiden, Gerald, Jr., Evergreen, Concord-Evergreen 

Vale, Charles E., Norlina, Norlina 2581 

Varnum, Traeie, Rt. 4, Kinston, Woodington-Webb JA 3-9616 

Vaughan, W. N., 2812 Kenmore Rd., Richmond, Va., Retired . 6-0534 

Vereen, L. C, 1210 Broad St., Durham, Asbury S. 8-1880; H. 8-5667 

Vick, T. M., Jr., Box 508, Kinston, Queen St S. JA 7-1936; H. JA 3-2441 

Vickery, R. L., Rt. 7, Box 43, Hamlet, Retired 
Vinson, R. P., Rt. 1, Louisburg, Franklin 

Waggoner, J. M., Rt. 2, Graham, Whitney Cross FR 6-3575 

Wagnon, J. A., Supernumerary (No address) 

Waldrop, J. H., Jr., 101 Doris Cr., Clinton, Grace S. 3497; H. 4357 

Walker, F. Odell, 1809 Pugh St., Fayetteville, Cumberland-St. Andrews .... HU 4-1975 

Walston, R. E., Rt. 3, Box 35B, Fayetteville, Camp Ground HU 4-3860 

Walton, A. J., c/o J. G. Walton, 1908 Grand Ave., Nashville 4, Tenn., Retired 
Ward, H. N., 213 West Littleton Ave., Roanoke Rapids, Roanoke JE 7-2791 

Warren, C. L., 996 Maple St., Henderson, White Memo.-Wesley Geneva 8-6096 

Warren, James H., Scarritt College, Nashville, Tenn., Professor 

Warren, M. W., Rt. 1, Graham, Mt. Herman S. FR 6-3119; H. FR 6-3504 

Watson, H. L., Box 1007, Kinston, Westminster S. JA 7-0215; H. TA 3-2854 

Watson, Orville W., Rt. 2, Estes Dr., Chapel Hill, Amity 8-8901 



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Appointment 



Watts, L. A., 231 Stone St., Hope Mills, Hope Mills S. HE 3-0227; H. HE 3-2238 

Weaver, Walter P., 1715 Cole Mill Rd., Durham, Pleasant Green 8-3286 

Wegwart, W. G., 1205 Main St., Lillington, Lillington 6271 

Weir, Frank, Gen. Bd. of Edu., Nashville, Tenn., Staff, Editorial Div. 

Wellons, R. D., Winter Park, Fla., Retired 

Wells, W. M., Jr., 107 Odell PL, Greensboro, State Dr., Metho. Student Work 

Wentz, W. Allen, Jr., Box 114, Gordon Rd., Wilmington, Wrightsboro RO 2-2209 

West, C. Ray, Rt. 2, Box 366, Beaufort, Straits PA 9-3405 

West, T. C, Rt. 4, Goldsboro, Garris-Jerusalem RE 4-4569 

Wheeler, K. R., Box 605, Raeford, Raeford S. 2111; H. 746 

Whicker, G. H., High Point College, High Point, Director, Pub. Relations 

White, Christian, 1728 W. Davis St., Burlington, Faith CA 6-2991 

White, J. G, Jr., Box 165, Biscoe, Biscoe 2726 

White, J. H., Red Oak, Red Oak 6-9782 

White, T. X., Currituck, Pilmoor Memo Coinjock 2234 

Whitehead, T. J., Graham, First Church S. CA 6-4343; H. CA 6-6305 

Whitley, E. E., Rt. 1, Elon College, Fairview JU 4-8213 

Williams, A. M., 144 X. Main St., Roxboro, Person 5133 

Williams, B. M., Efland, Retired 

Williams, J. A., Box 76, Roper, Roper SW 3-2718 

Williams, O. S., Movock, Moyock 2431 

Wilson, H. T., Rt. 1, Sanford, Center SP 3-9599 

Wilson, Kelly J., Jr., 2812 Univ. Dr., Durham, Epworth S. 7-6209; H. 7-6207 

Wilson, Kenneth E., Box 227, Turkev, Turkev 4711 

Wilson, L. T., Box 355, Warsaw, Warsaw S. 644; H. 365 

Wilson, W. Carleton, Box 8073, X. Durham Sta., Durham, Dukes Chapel 2-1867 

Winberry, Herman S., Louisburg, Louisburg GI 6-3479 

Winstead, Arthur, Littleton, Calvary LU 6-4911 

Wise. W. D., Rt. 3, Whiteville, Whiteville Ct. MI 2-3436 

Womack, C. P., Siler City, Siler City S. 200; H. 11 

Wood, J. E., Rt. 1, Elon College, Burlington Ct JU 4-8648 

Wood, R. D., Rt. 1, Bailey, Mt. Pleasant 3641 

Wood, S. L„ 1404 E. Laurel St., Goldsboro, Airboro RE 4-3644 

Wooten, C. W., Rt. 2, Newton Grove, Coshen-Keener . . . LY 4-3200 

Wright, Carl K., Conway, Conway JU 5-3081 

Yelverton, P. C, 907 W. Vernon Ave., Kinston, Kinston Ct JA 7-1903 

Young, C. A., 211 E. Pollock, Mt. Olive, Mt. Olive Ct OL 8-3697 

Young, J. D., Box 707, Oxford. Oxford S. 3723; H. 3374 



NOTE: Not listed are Approved Supply Pastors not serving appointments, and 
whose addresses are unknown. (Editor) 



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SECTION III 

PROGRAM 
MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 22 

1:15 P.M. Organ Prelude — "Largo" Handel 

"Ave Verum" Mozart 

"We Gather Together" Arr. 

L. Thomas Eanes, Minister of Music 

1:30 P.M. Call to Worship Bishop Paul Neff Garber 

Hymn No. 402— "And Are We Yet Alive?" Dennis 

The Apostle's Creed 

Prayer Dr. J. E. Garlington 

Vocal Solo — "Come Unto Me" Donen 

Miss Dora Cameron, Contralto 
Organization of Conference 
Admission of Class into Full Connection 

Address to Class Bishop James H. Straughn 

Baltimore, Md. 

Hymn No. 287 — "A Charge to Keep I Have" Mason 

First Ballot for Delegates to General Conference 
Reports 

District Superintendents 
District Lay Leaders 

Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications 
Board of Publications 
Minimum Salary Commission 
5:00 P.M. Unveiling Historical Marker for Grace Methodist Church 

Bishop Paul N. Garber 

MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 22 

7:15 P.M. Organ Prelude — "Andante Sospirando" Brown 

"Festival Toccata" Fletcher 

7:30 P.M. Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 533 — "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" St. Anne 

Prayer The Beverend M. C. Dunn 

Anthem — "Sine Nomine" Vaughn-Williams 

Grace Chancel Choir 
Fraternal Greetings from Virginia Annual Conference 

Dr. T. F. Carroll 

District Superintendent of Farmville District 

Farmville, Virginia 
Anniversary of Board of Missions 

Presiding The Reverend Clyde S. Boggs 

Hymn No. 501 — '"We've a Story to Tell to the Nations" . Sterne 

Conference Missionary Secretary . . . . The Reverend M. W. Lawrence 

Executive Secretaiy The Reverend T. A. Collins 

Missionary Address . * Dr. Henry C. Sprinklr 

Editor, World Outlook 
Greetings from the Woman's Society 

of Christian Service Mrs. Pierce Johnson, President 

Reports 

Deaconess Board 

Board of Managers of North Carolina Pastors' School 

Commission on Worship 

Committee on Promotion and Cultivation 



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TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23 

8:15 A.M. Organ Prelude — "Suite for Organ" France 

8:30 A.M. Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 4— "O Worship the King" Robert Grant 

Prayer The Rev. W. J. Neese 

8:40 A.M. Welcome to Wilmington Mr. E. L. White, Chairman 

Official Board, Grace Methodist Church 
Response Bishop Paul Neff Garber 

9:00 A.M. Anniversary or Historical Society 

Presiding The Reverend D. L. Fouts 

Address Bishop James H. Straughn 

0:00 A.M. Anniversary of Commission on Town and Country Work 

Presiding The Reverend Key W. Taylor 
Speaker Dr. A. J. Walton 

1:00 A.M. Local Church Emphasis 

Presiding The Reverend Graham S. Eubank 

Speaker" Dr. Earl G. Hunt, Jr., President 

Emory and Henry College, Emory, Virginia 

2:00 noon Report of Television, Radio and Film Commission 

1:00 P.M. Supply Pastor's Luncheon — St. Paul's Episcopal Church — 
16th & Market Sts. (16th Street Entrance) 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 23 

2:30 P.M. Annual Meeting of Conference Brotherhood 

Presiding The Reverend C. Freeman Heatli 

Report of Secretary-Treasurer The Reverend R. L. Bame 

3:00 P.M. Anniversary of Board of Evangelism 

Presiding Mr. Walter F. Anderson 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 379 — "I Love Thy Kingdom Lord" Timothy Dwight 

Prayer Mr. Albert E. Goldfinch 

Special Music — "God So Loved the World" Stainer 

"Jacobs Ladder" 
Camp Lejeune Base Protestant Chapel Youth Choir 
Mrs. Georgenia Rhodes, Director 
Report of Board of Evangelism 
Special Music — Selected 

Camp Lejeune Base Protestant Chapel Quartet 
(Arliss Anderson. Leroy Anderson, G. R. Hoff, Georgenia Rhodes) 
Address Dr. Clovis G. Chappell 

Waverly, Tennessee 
Reports 

Conference Long Range Planning Committei 
College Board of Visitors 
Committee on World Peace 
5:30 P.M. High Point College Dinner— 5th Axe. Methodist Church 

409 South 5th Street 
5:30 P.M. Asbury College Dinner — Friendly Cafeteria 

111 Chestnut Street (Upstairs) 

TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 23 

Sunset Park Methodist Church 

7:15 P.M. Organ Prelude— "Meditation" Birkholz 

Mrs. J. D. Johnson, Organist and Choir Director 



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7:30 P.M. Anniversary of Board of Lay Activities 

Presiding Mr- J- Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 249 — "I Love to Tell the Story" Hankey 

Prayer Mr. Roy L. Turnage 

Anthem — "I Am Not Worthy" Dunham 

Sunset Park Choir 
Report of Board of Lay Activities 

Address Mr. R. H. Berg 

Lay Leader of Florida Conference 
Melbourne, Florida 
Reports 

Board of Social and Economic Relations 
Duke Endowment 
Ormond Fund 
Ministers' Credit Union 
Conference Calendar of Work 

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 24 

8:15 A.M. Organ Prelude — Five Hymn Preludes Bingham 

"Go to Dark Gethsemane" 
"Rise Up O Men of God" 
"Jesus Lover of My Soul" 
"Rock of Ages" 
"Lift Up Your Heads" 

8:30 A.M. Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 23 — '"Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" Robinson 

Prayer Dr. T. B. Hough 

Anniversary of Board of Temperance 

Presiding The Reverend D. W. Charlton 

Speakers The Reverend J. Robert Regan, Jr., Director 

Department of Student Work 
General Board of Temperance 
The Reverend Wendell Davis, President 
Christian Action League 

9:30 A.M. Report of Board of Pensions 

Presiding Mr. John M. Dozier 

Address Dr. Kenneth F. Thompson 

Associate Secretary — Board of Pensions 
Chicago, Illinois 

10:30 A.M. Reports 

Commission on World Service and Finance 

Treasurer 

Methodist Fund, Inc. 

Board of Trustees 

11:30 A.M. MEMORIAL SERVICE - 

Organ Prelude — "Dreams" McAmis 

Hymn No. 164 — "All Hail the Power of Jesus Name" Edward Perronet 

Prayer The Reverend A. L. Thompson 

Conference Quartet — 

"For All the Saints, Who From Their Labors Rest" Wm. H. How 

Roll Call of Our Honored Dead The Conference Secretary 

Ministers who have died during the year 
Ministers' Wives who have died during the year 



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The Memorial Address — 

"Our Most Precious Memories" The Reverend L. C. Larkin 

Hymn No. 69 — "How Gentle God's Commands" Doddridge 

Benediction Dr. J. V. Early 

Postlude — "Marche" Schreiner 

1:00 P.M. Retired Ministers' Luncheon — The Ark — Foot of Princess Street 

1:00 P.M. Directors' of Christian Education and Ministers' of Music Luncheon 
Wesley Memorial Church — 46th St. Winter Park 

1:00 P.M. Ministers' Wives Luncheon — Sunset Park Methodist Church 
7 Central Blvd.— Sunset Park 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 24 

2:45 P.M. Organ Prelude — '"Chant Interieur" Benoit 

3:00 P.M. Anniversary of Board of Education 

Presiding The Reverend Vergil E. Queen 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 318 — "O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go" . Matheson 

Prayer The Reverend M. W. Maness 

Solo — ."Fear Not Ye, O Israel!" Buck 

Mrs. Garvin Faulkner, Contralto 

Address The Reverend M. Earl Cunningham 

General Board of Education, Nashville, Tenn. 

Report — The Annual Conference Commission on Christian 
Higher Education 

Report of Conference Staff of Board of Education 
Executive Secretary 
Children's Work 
Youth Work- 
Adult Work 
Methodist Student Work 

4:30 P.M. Committee on Memorials to General Conference 

4:00-5:30 P.M. Minister's Wives Garden Party—Mrs. Ralph Williams, 508 Forest 
Hills Drive 

5:30 P.M. Duke Banquet— Cape Fear Country Club— 2400 Block Oleander Drive 

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 24 

7:15 P.M. Organ Prelude— "Prelude in G" Purcell 

"Largo and Fanfare" Handel 

7:30 P.M. ORDINATION SERVICE 

Presiding Bishop Paul N. Garber 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 372 — "Love Divine All Love Excelling" Edmundson 

Prayer Bishop W. W. Peele 

Anthem — "Springs in the Desert" Jennings 

Grace Chancel Choir 

Sermon Dean Robert E. Cushman 

Consecration of Ministers of Music- 
Consecration of Directors of Christian Education 
Consecration of Deaconesses 
Ordination of Deacons 
Ordination of Elders 
Benediction 



SO North Carolina Annual Conference 

THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 25 

8:15 A.M. Organ Prelude— "Chant Pastoral" Dubois 

"Prelude" 
"Alleluia" 

8:30 A.M. LOVE FEAST 

Presiding Dr. W. A. Cade 

Assisting The Reverend L. D. Hayman 

Dr. E. L. Hillman 

The Reverend W. L. Loy 

Dr. H. E. Myers 

The Reverend I. S. Richmond 

The Reverend J. A. Russell 

9:30 A.M. Anniversary of Roard of Hospitals and Homes 

Presiding Dr. Howard P. Powell 

Chorus The Methodist Home for Children 

Directed by Mrs. Allen Heath 

Report of the Roard The Reverend Ren F. Musser 

Presentations The Reverend J. F. Coble, Superintendent 

Metbodist Retirement Home 

The Reverend R. L. Nicks, Superintendent 

Metbodist Home for Children 

The Rev. Paul Wesley Aitken, Chaplain 

Duke University Hospital 

10:30 A.M. Fraternal Message from die Nordi Carolina The Reverend G. E. Hogue 
Conference of the Central Jurisdiction Galilee Methodist Church 

11:00 A.M. Reports 

Statistician 
Resolutions 

12:00 noon The Reading of the Appointments 

Hymn No. 557— "God Re With You Till We Meet Again" Rankin 

Benediction 



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Journal of Proceedings 

FIRST DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION 

Monday, June 22, 1959 

At 1:15 the organist of Grace Methodist Church, Wilmington, Mr. 
L. Thomas Earnes, presented a fifteen minute prelude of organ music 
consisting of "Largo" by Handel, "Ave Verum" by Mozart, and "We 
Gather Together," arranged. 

Opening: The one hundred twenty-fourth session of the North Carolina 
Annual Conference (twenty-first since Unification in 1939) was convened 
at Grace Methodist Church in Wilmington, North Carolina, Monday, 
June 22, 1959 at 1:30 p.m. by Bishop Paul N. Garber, resident bishop 
of the Richmond area. Methodism's historic Hymn 402, "And Are We 
Yet Alive?" was sung, followed by the Apostles Creed in unison. J. E. 
Garlington, superintendent of the Wilmington District, led in prayer. 
Mr. Emory Grubles sang "If with All Thine Heart," from Mendelssohn's 
"Elijah." 

Roll of the Conference: W. C. Wilson, Conference Secretary, moved 
that the registration cards signed by the delegates become the official 
record of attendance for the conference. The motion was carried. 

Our Honored Dead: The Bishop called the question — "What minis- 
ters, ministers' wives and approved supply pastors have died during the 
year?" The Conference Secretary read the list: Ministers — W. Carlisle 
Walton, Jr., B. F. Boone and H. G. Cuthrell; Ministers' Wives— Mrs. 
James M. Rice, Mrs. H. S. B. Thompson, Mrs. J. M. Culbreth, Mrs. C. T. 
Rogers, Sr., Mrs. V. A. Royall, Mrs. D. R. Williams, Mrs. E. L. Stack. 

Bar of the Conference: J. V. Early, host pastor, moved that the entire 
floor and balcony be the bar of the Conference. The motion was adopted. 
He also moved that the printed program be the official program of the 
Conference. The motion was adopted. He moved that the Rules of Order, 
as appear in the 1958 Conference Journal, be used in this session of 
the Conference. The motion was adopted. 

Nomination of Committees for this Conference: C. D. Barclift, Sec- 
retary of the Cabinet, read the list of nominations for this session of 
the Conference. They were: 

Committee on Investigation: A. P. Brantlev, Convener; Principals: J. M. 
CJine, George W. Blount, C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley, J. P. Pegg. Alternates: C. H. 
Mercer, R. L. Bame, T. R. Jenkins. 

Committee on District Conference Records: C. D. Barclift, Convener; (one 
minister from each district). Burlington, Rufus Stark; Durham, J. E. Sponenberg; 
Elizabeth Citv, A. M. Cameron; Fayetteville, J. C. P. Brown; Goldsboro, J. H. 
Miller, Jr.; New Bern, E. J. Bedsworth; Raleigh, J. C. Glass, Jr.; Rocky Mount, 
C. H. Mewborn; Wilmington, W. J. Neese. 

Committee on Courtesies and Introductions: M. C. Dunn, J. V. Early, W. J. 
Neese. 

Committee on Resolutions and References: C. F. Heath, Convener; Ministers: 
J. D. Young, J. W. Page, J. W. Lineberger, Leon Russell, T. B. Hough; Laymen: 
J. E. Rogers, Fred Ritter, Harold Bailey, C. M. Bullock. 

Committee on Memorials to the General Conference of 1960: O. L. Hathaway, 
Convener; Ministers: W. S. Potter, M. W. Lawrence, O. K. Ingram, R. S. Harrison, 



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C. S. Boggs, T. M. Vick, Jr., W. L. Clegg, B. F. Musser, S. J. Starnes; Laymen: 
Harold Smith, C. E. Jordan, L. R. Foreman, J. N. Gibson, Jr., A. C. Edwards, 
Roy L. Tumage, Jr., Blaine Madison, E. E. Atkins, Albert Goldfinch. 

Committee on Minutes: J. D. Young, K. R. Wheeler, C. G. Nickens. 

Tellers: Burlington District: Ministers, C. H. Mercer, N. L. Jones, J. K. 
Bostick; Laymen, J. F. Rogers, R. L. Pate, Jr., J. E. Davis; Durham District: 
Ministers, A. Kimsey King, Jr., H. B. Lewis, H. Arthur Phillips, Jr.; Laymen, 
W. L. Hampton, J. W. Baker, M. S. McKibben; Elizabeth City District: Ministers, 
G. W. Crutchfield, A. D. Byrd, Jr., A. N. Gore, Jr.; Laymen, W. H. McGown, 
i. H. Davis, E. A. Cox; Fayetteville District: Ministers, J. Paul Edwards, T. Fant 
Steele, Jr., F. J. Duplissey; Laymen, M. F. Grantham, E. T. Reynolds, Clarence 
Black; Goldsboro District: Ministers, W. H. Kirby, E. H. Smotherman, J. G. 
White, Jr.; Laymen, J. L. Bruton, Ed Harris, Walton Thompson; New Bern 
District: Ministers, R. L. Crossno, J. M. Cline, W. B. Cotten; Laymen, W. C. 
Chadwick, Bud Dixon, T. W. Heath, Jr.; Raleigh District: Ministers, W. B. 
Petteway, A. F. Fisher, H. R. Leatherman; Laymen, B. B. Hudson, J. C. Stabler, 
C. E. Hibbard; Rockv Mount District: Ministers, R. Grady Dawson, L. P. 
Jackson, M. W. Mitchell; Laymen, C. W. Everett, J. M. Aldridge, Lloyd Sandlin; 
Wilmington District: Ministers, Albert R. Folds, Paul Browning, W. Allen Wentz, 
Jr.; Laymen, Louis Lemmons, W. T. Lockamy, W. S. Funderburg. 

Resolution: C. D. Barclift read resolution concerning election of 
delegates to General and Jurisdictional Conferences. It was adopted. 

Question 36: "Who have been received by transfer?" was called. 
Bishop Garber read the list: John S. Sutton, Jr., an elder in full connection 
from the Holston Conference, effective June 1, 1959; Danny Welch Burt- 
tram, Class of the Fourth Year, from the North Alabama Conference, 
effective April 24, 1959; Laurell D. Sproull, a member on trial, from the 
Erie Conference, effective May 6, 1959; Frank Irving Lloyd, Jr., on trial, 
from the Alabama- West Florida Conference, effective May 15, 1959; J P. 
Mansfield, an elder in full connection from the Baltimore Conference, 
effective May 20, 1959; Nathan D. Byrd, on trial, from the Virginia Con- 
ference, effective June 11, 1959; Gabriel Paul Carr, Jr., a deacon on trial, 
from the New York East Conference, effective May 24, 1959; Edward 
Amos Stevens, an elder in full conncetion, from the New York Conference, 
effective May 3, 1959; Bobby Carl Black, an elder in full connection, from 
the Virginia Conference, effective June 11, 1959; Paul Grayson Bunn, an 
elder in full connection, from the Virginia Conference, effective June 11, 
1959; George Patterson Chandler, an elder on trial, from the Tennessee 
Conference, effective July 2, 1958. Orville W. Watson, an elder from the 
West Virginia Conference, effective June 17, 1959. (Question 36 called 
again on second day, morning session.) 

Question 37: "Who have been transferred out?" was called. The 
answer is Sheldon Harry Wolf, a deacon on trial, to the Illinois Conference, 
effective June 1, 1959; Edward Amos Stevens, a deacon on trial, to the 
New York Conference, effective April 29, 1959; David M. Bercaw, a deacon 
on trial, to the Virginia Conference, effective June 1, 1959; Paul Grayson 
Bunn, a deacon on trial, to the Virginia Conference, effective May 28, 
1959; Bobby Carl Black, a deacon on trial, to the Virginia Conference, 
effective May 28, 1959; S. G. Dodson, Jr., a deacon in full connection, 
to the North Alabama Conference, effective September 24, 1958; Paul H. 
Wrasg, a deacon on trial, to the Florida Conference, effective October 
1, 1958. 



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Question 28: "Who are received into full connection?" was called. 
The answer is: Robert Lee Baldridge, William Oliver Conner, Joseph 
Conrad Glass, Jr., Lawrence Amon Green, Holland Luther Hale, Arnold 
Kimsey King, Jr., Robert Hugh Love, Charles Hall Mewborn, Harvey 
Worth Pearce, Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr., Horace Gilbert Quigley, Charles 
Alison Simonton, Jr., Paul Batteaux Scott, Jr., Franklin Odell Walker, 
Herman Nathan Ward. 

Bishop Garber presented Bishop James H. Straughn, retired, of Balti- 
more, Maryland, who addressed the class being received into full con- 
nection. The class was received. 

Hymn No. 287, "A Charge to Keep I Have," was sung. 

Bishop Garber explained the plan of election of delegates, stating that 
we are entitled to six clerical and six lay delegates to the General Con- 
ference. R. G. Dawson was named chairman of the clerical tellers and 
L. W. Hill of Tarboro was named chairman of the lay tellers. 

The First Clerical Ballot was taken. 

The First Lay Ballot was taken. 

Question 8: "What are the reports of the district superintendents as 
to the status of the work within their districts?" was called. 

Burlington: James E. Rogers, district lay leader, presented A. P. 
Brantley, district superintendent, who made the report for the district, 
after his character was passed. The character of each minister was passed. 

Durham: J. N. Gibson, Jr., conference lay leader, presented C. D. 
Barclift, district superintendent, who made the report for the district, 
after his character was passed- The character of each minister was passed. 

Elizabeth City: J. N. Gibson, Jr., presented C. F. Heath, district super- 
intendent, who made the report for the district, after his character was 
passed. The character of each minister was passed. 

Fayetteville: J. N. Gibson, Jr., presented O. L. Hathaway, district 
superintendent, who made the report for the district, after his character 
was passed. The character of each minister was passed. 

Goldsboro: A. C. Edwards, district lay leader, presented H. M. McLamb, 
district superintendent, who made the report for the district, after his 
character was passed. The character of each minister was passed. 

New Bern: Roy L. Turnage, district lay leader, presented A. J. Hobbs, 
district superintendent, who made the report for the district, after his 
character was passed. The character of each minister was passed. 

Raleigh: John Meares presented G. S. Eubank, district superintendent, 
who made the report for the district, after his character was passed. The 
character of each minister was passed. 

Rocky Mount: W. Jasper Smith, presented W. C. Ball, district super- 
intendent, who made the report for the district, after his character was 
passed. The character of each minister was passed. 

Wilmington: A. E. Goldfinch, district lay leader, presented J. E. Gar- 
lington, district superintendent, who made the report for the district, after 
his character was passed. The character of each minister was passed. 

Methodist Publishing House: A. R. White, manager of the Publishing 



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House in Richmond, Virginia, spoke briefly, and presented a check amount- 
ing to $7,519.80 to the North Carolina Conference. 

Commission on Christian Vocations: H. S. Winberry, chairman of the 
Commission on Christian Vocations, presented the report. 

Hymn No. 249, "I Love to Tell the Story," was sung. 

H. P. Powell preached on "The Call to the Ministry." 

H. S. Winberry moved the adoption of the report. It was adopted. 

Methodist Board of Publication: C. E. Jordan, chairman of the board, 
presented the report of the board. The report was adopted. 

Personal Privilege: J. E. Garlington presented J. N. Gibson, Jr., who 
presented a resolution in behalf of Mrs. Paul N. Garber, who is unable 
to attend this conference because of illness. He moved that the conference 
secretary send a message to Mrs. Garber. It was adopted. By request 
Bishop Straughan presided briefly and led in prayer, followed by words 
of appreciation by Bishop Garber. 

Minimum Salary Commission: M. W. Lawrence presented the report 
of the Minimum Salary Commission. The report was adopted. 

Result of First Lay Ballot: There was no election. 

Second Lay Ballot: The second lay ballot was taken. 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen made announcements, J. V. Early, host 
pastor, made statement concerning the unveiling of historical marker 
following the business session at 5:00 p.m. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Bishop Straughn, and the 
Conference adjourned to the front lawn of the church for the unveiling 
of the historical marker for Grace Methodist Church. Bishop Garber led i 
the brief service. 

FIRST DAY— EVENING SESSION 
Monday, June 22, 1959 

At 7:15 the local church organist presented a fifteen-minute organ 
prelude, consisting of "Andante Sospirando," by Brown, and "Festival 
Toccata" by Fletcher. 

Opening: The Conference convened at 7:30 with Bishop Garber in 
the chair. After the singing of Hymn No. 533, "O God, Our Help in Ages 
Past," M. C. Dunn led in prayer. The chancel choir of Grace Methodist 
Church, Wilmington, rendered the beautiful anthem, "Sine Nomine" by 
Vaughan Williams 

Result of the First Clerical Ballot: There was no election. 

Result of the Second Lay Ballot: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., was elected a 
delegate to the General Conference. 

Second Clerical Ballot: The second clerical ballot was taken. 

Third Lay Ballot: The third lay ballot was taken. 

Presentation: Bishop Garber presented Bishop W. W. Peele, retired, 
of Laurinburg, to the Conference. 

Fraternal Greeting: Bishop Garber presented Dr. T. F. Carroll, district 
superintendent of the Farmville District, Farmville, Virginia. Mrs. J. E. 



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Garlington escorted Mrs. T. F. Carroll to the rostrum and Bishop Garber 
presented Mrs. Carroll to the conference. Dr. Carroll brought fraternal 
greetings from the Virginia Conference. 

Anniverstary of the Board of Missions: The anniversary of the Board 
of Missions was observed with C. S. Boggs, president, presiding. He 
presented R. L. Jerome, program chairman of the board, who presided 
during the program. The Hymn No. 501, "We've a Story to Tell to the 
Nations," was sung. 

M. W. Lawrence, conference missionary secretary, addressed the con- 
ference on the importance of mission specials. 

T. A. Collins, executive secretary of the board, spoke on the work of 
the board in the field of church extension. 

R. L. Jerome presented Dr. Henry C. Sprinkle, editor of "World 
Outlook," who addressed the conference. 

Result of the Second Clerical Ballot: W. L. Clegg was elected a dele- 
gate to the General Conference. 

Result of the Third Lay Ballot: W. Jasper Smith and L. Stacy Weaver 
were elected delegates to the General Conference. 

Third Clerical Ballot: The third clerical ballot was taken. 

Report of the Board of Missions: W. D. Caviness presented the 
report of the Board. He offered two amendments to the Board of Missions 
report: (1) That the secretary send greetings, love, and appreciation to the 
Methodist Youth Caravan in Europe; (2) the Board of Missions, Inc., 
requests this session of the North Carolina Annual Conference to grant 
permission to borrow a sum up to $250,000 at the most favorable terms 
to expand the loan funds for church extension. The amendments were 
adopted. He then moved that the report of the Board be adopted. The 
report was adopted. 

Bishop Garber presented Mrs. Pierce Johnson, president of the Woman's 
Society of Christian Service of the North Carolina Conference. She spoke 
to the conference and brought greetings from all the members of the 
Woman's Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan Service Guild. 

Fourth Lay Ballot: The fourth lay ballot was taken. 

Deaconess Board: Miss Ethelynde Ballance presented the report of the 
Deaconess Board. It was adopted. 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen, Bishop Garber, O. L. Hathaway and 
C. D. Barclift made announcements. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Bishop Peele. 

SECOND DAY, MORNING SESSION 
Tuesday, June 23, 1959 

At 8:15 a.m. the church organist presented a fifteen-minute prelude 
of organ music consisting of "Suite for Organ" by Cesar Franck. 

Opening: The Conference convened at 8:30 a.m. with Bishop Paul 
N. Garber in the chair. After the singing of Hymn No. 4. "O Worship the 
King," W. J. Neese led in prayer. 

Methodist Publishing House: Dr. George Currie, a member of the 
West Virginia Conference, brought greetings from the Methodist Pub- 



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fishing House and spoke in the interest of "Together," family magazine 
of the Methodist Church. 

Privilege Motion: O. L. Hathaway made the motion that greetings 
be sent to Mrs. W. W. Peele, and Mrs. J. H. Lanning who are ill at their 
homes. The motion was adopted. 

Result of the Third Clerical Ballot: There was no election. 

Fourth Clerical Ballot: The fourth clerical ballot was taken.. 

Result of Fourth Lay Ballot: Mrs. Pierce Johnson was elected a dele- 
gate to the General Conference. 

Fifth Lay Ballot: The fifth lay ballot was taken. 

Welcome: Mr. E. L. White, chairman of the official board of Grace 
Methodist Church, Wilmington, spoke words of welcome to the Con- 
ference. Bishop Peele made the response, expressing appreciation on behalf 
of the Conference for the fine hospitality of Grace Methodist Church and 
the city of Wilmington. 

Greetings: Bishop Garber read greetings from Bishop Thomas H. 
Wright of the Episcopal Church Diocese, with headquarters in Wilmington. 
A motion was made to send Bishop Wright a response. Bishop Garber 
al«o read greetings from the European Caravan from this Conference. 
Bishop Garber referred to a telegram to be read later during the program 
of the Town and Country Commission. 

Noi-fh Carolina Council of Churches: Bishop Garber presented Cecil 
W. Robbins, president of the North Carolina Council of Churches. He 
introduced Reverend Morton Kurtz, executive secretary of the Council, 
who snoke to the Conference. 

Anniversarv of the HiVm-ic^l Societv: The anniversarv of the Historical 
Society was observed, with D. L. Fouts, president, presiding. He presented 
Bishop Tames H. Straughn, who addressed the Conference on "The History 
cf the Methodist Protestant Church." Bishop Garber responded. 

Question 36: "Who have been received bv transfer?" was called. The 
answer was: C. TT. Beale, an elder from the Virginia Conference, effective 
June 21, 1959. ("This cmestfon previously called first day, afternoon session 
and again on the fourth dav, morning session.) 

Result of Fourth Clerical Ballot: C. D. Barclift was elected a delegate 
to the General Conference. 

Fifth Clerical Ballot: The fifth clerical ballot was taken. 

Result of Fifth Lay Ballot: W. F. Anderson and Terry Sanford were 
elected delegates to the General Conference. This completed the election 
of lav delegates to the General Conference. 

Bishop Garber inquired of the conference secretary the number of 
ministerial members in the Nor.th Carolina Conference. The answer 
was 437 as of June 23rd. 

Sixth Lay Ballot: The sixth lay ballot was taken for Jurisdictional Con- 
ference delegates. 

Historical Society: D. L. Fouts moved the adoption of the report of 
the Historical Society. It was adopted. 

Anniversary of the Commission on Town and Country Work: The 
anniversarv of the Commission on Town and Country Work was observed 



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with Key W. Taylor, president, presiding. He presented Mrs. Idalee 
McCullar, a member of the L. O. Leet Stewardship Revival Team. With 
H. B. Lewis leading the singing and Mrs. McCullar at the piano, several 
hymns were sung by the Conference. Reverend L. O. Leet, National 
Stewardship Evangelist of the Leet Crusades, Inc. was presented and he 
spoke briefly to the Conference. B. B. Slaughter read a citation honoring 
Dr. A. J. Walton, a leader in rural church work. Dr. Walton then addressed 
the Conference. He introduced Reverend Wilson Nesbitt, a member of 
the Western North Carolina Conference, who spoke briefly. 

Bishop Garber read a telegram stating that The Progressive Farmer 
and the Candler School of Theology had named Dr. Walton as Rural 
Minister for 1959. 

Key Taylor moved that citation read by B. B. Slaughter become report 
Mo. 5 of the Town and Country Commission. The motion was carried. (This 
L-itation subsequently became Report No. 2 of the Town and Country 
Commission). 

Result of the Fifth Clerical Ballot: There was no election. 

Sixth Clerical Ballot: The sixth clerical ballot was taken. 

Result of the Sixth Lay Ballot: A. C. Edwards, John Meares, Roy L. 
Turnage, W. C. Chadwick and L. W. Hill were elected lay delegates to 
Ihe Jurisdictional Conference. 

Chair: Bishop Garber asked Bishop Peele to take the chair and preside. 

Local Church Emphasis: Bishop Peele presented G. S. Eubank, who 
spoke briefly on local church emphasis. He presented Dr. Earl G. Hunt, 
Jr., president of Emory and Henry College, Emory, Va., who spoke to 
the Conference. G. S. Eubank moved that the report be adopted. It 
was adopted. 

Result of the Sixth Clerical Ballot: J. E. Garlington was elected a 
delegate to the General Conference. 

Seventh Lay Ballot: The seventh lay ballot was taken. 

Seventh Clerical Ballot: The seventh clerical ballot was taken. 

Chair: Bishop Garber again took the chair. 

Television, Radio and Film Commission: Wallace Kirby, chairman of 
the Television, Radio and Film Commission, made the report of the 
Commission. He presented an award to Mr. David Witherspoon of WRAL- 
TV for his work in presenting "Talk Back." The report of the Commission 
was adopted. 

Presentation: Bishop Garber presented Dr. J. W. Sells, executive 
secretary of the Southeastern Jurisdiction, Atlanta, Ga., who spoke briefly. 

North Carolina Pastors' School: A. J. Hobbs, vice-chairman, made the 
report for the North Carolina Pastors' School. 

Commission on Cultivation and Promotion: O. L. Hathaway, chairman 
of the Commission on Cultivation and Promotion, made the report from 
the Commission. It was adopted. 

Long Range Planning Committee: C. D. Barclift made the report of 
the Long Range Planning Committee. It was adopted. 

College Board of Visitors: L. C. Vereen, chairman of the College Board 
of Visitors, made the report for the Board. It was adopted. 

Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications: 

Question 21: "Who are the Approved Supply Pastors?" was called. 



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(a) Student Approved Supply Pastors in School, (b) Part Time Approved 
Supply Pastors, (c) Full Time Approved Supply Pastors. For answer to 21 
a, b, c, see Roll, Status, and Record of Service, Approved Supply Pastors, 
Section II. Question 21 called again third day, afternoon session, and 
fourth day, morning session. 

Question 23: "What preachers coining from other evangelical churches 
have had their orders recognized: as local deacons? as local elders? was 
called. The answer was: None. 

Question 24: "Who have been admitted from other evangelical churches 
as traveling preachers?" was called. The answer was: (a) As members on 
trial: deacons? Murry Lee DeHart, Jr., from the Southern Baptist Church; 
Wesley Stewart Jones, from Southern Baptist Church; Oscar Shelton 
Williams from Southern Baptist Church. Elders? No one. (b) As members 
in full connection: deacons? elders? None. 

Question 25: "Who are admitted on trial?" was called. The answer was: 

(a) With degrees from approved colleges and credits from approved 
schools of theology? Lovell Roy Aills, Charles Vernon Bryant, Clingman 
Carter Capps, Edward Cortez Coleman, George Weylon Cooke, Paul 
Frederick Fendt, James Wilson Griffis, Jr., Charles Howard Hutchinson, 
Wilbur Ivan Jackson, Frank Belton Joyner, Jr., Johnnie Murrell Lewis, 
Milton Thomas Mann, William Jack Martin, Billy Hiram Parrish, James 
Burbank Parvin, Reginald Wallace Ponder, Francis Roderick Randolph, 
Lamar Haider Schmitz, Gerald Merritt Vaiden, Walter Parker Weaver. 

(b) With degrees from colleges not accredited by the University Senate 
and credits from approved schools of theology? No One. (c) With degrees 
from approved colleges and completion of the introductory studies for 
the ministry? Lester Cefare Bissette, Stanley Stuart Snead, Wilbur Carol 
Teachey. (d) With partial college credit, completion of the four-year course 
of study, and six years service as approved supply pastors? John Daniel 
Long, Wilford Denny Wise. 

Result of the Seventh Clerical Ballot: R. E. Walston was elected a 
delegate to the General Conference. 

Eighth Clerical Ballot: The eighth clerical ballot was taken. 

Result of Seventh Lay Ballot: James E. Rogers and S. B. Underwood 
were elected delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Eighth Lay Ballot: The eighth lay ballot was taken. 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen and Bishop Garber made announcements. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by J. D. Young. 

SECOND DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION 

Tuesday, June 23, 1959 

Conference Brotherhood: The annual meeting of the Conference 
Brotherhood convened at 2:30 p.m. with C. Freeman Heath, president, 
presiding. After the singing of Hymn No. 416, "Blest Be the Tie That 
Binds," C. J. Andrews led in prayer. L. C. Vereen spoke briefly. R. L- 
Bame, secretary and treasurer, gave his report. The report was adopted. 

J. D. A. Autry gave the report of the nominating committee and the 
following officers were elected: C. Freeman Heath, president; C. S. 



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Meekins, lay vice-president; L. L. Parrish, ministerial vice-president; 
K. R. Wheeler, secretary and treasurer. W. C. Wilson spoke briefly. The 
presiding officer emphasized the importance of the Conference Brotherhood 
and urged all ministers who are not members of the Brotherhood to join 
at this Conference 

Opening: The Conference convened at 3:00 p.m. with Bishop Paul N. 
Garber in the chair. 

Result of the Eighth Clerical Ballot: G. S. Eubank was elected a 
delegate to the General Conference. 

Ninth Clerical Ballot: The ninth clerical ballot was taken. 

Result of the Eighth Lay Ballot: There was no election. 

Ninth Lay Ballot: The ninth lay ballot was taken. 

Anniversary of the Board of Evangelism: The anniversary of the Board 
of Evangelism was observed, with W. F. Anderson of Raleigh, president, 
presiding. Hymn No. 379, "I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord," was sung and 
Albert E. Goldfinch of Tabor City led in prayer. The Camp Lejeune Base 
Protestant Choir sang two numbers: "God So Loved the World" and 
"Jacob's Ladder." H. L. Watson made the report of the board. C. L. 
Warren presented a resolution concerning evening services in the local 
churches. It was accepted as a part of the report of the board. The reoort 
was adopted. 

Result of the Ninth Clerical Ballot: O. L. Hathaway was elected a 
delegate to the General Conference. This completed the election of clerical 
delegates to the General Conference. 

Tenth Clerical Ballot: The tenth clerical ballot was taken for Juris- 
dictional Conference delegates. 

Result of the Ninth Lay Ballot: There was no election. 

Tenth Lay Ballot: The tenth lay ballot was taken. 

Anniversary of the Board of Evangelism (continued): H. K. King, 
executive secretary of the Conference Board of Evangelism, presented the 
following laymen who spoke briefly on their experience as witnesses: 
A. G. Pelt of Goldsboro, Fred M. Avett of Hamlet, and Wade Pierce of 
Wilmington. 

Mrs. Georgenia Rhodes of the Camp Lejune Base Protestant Chapel 
Choir sang "How Beautiful Upon the Mountains." 

Hymn No. 251, "Take Time to Be Holy," was sung by the Conference. 

The chairman presented Dr. Clovis G. Chappell of Waverly, Tenn., who 
spoke to the Conference. 

Announcements: S. J. Starnes and Bishop Garber made announcements. 
The Bishop presented the following chaplains from Camp Lejeune: Whitby 
Parrish, Ed. R. Hartz, and Robert A. Vaughan. He also read the names 
of the ministers of this Conference who are active and reserve chaplains. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Bishop Peele. 



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SECOND DAY— EVENING SESSION 

Tuesday, June 23, 1959, Sunset Park Methodist Church 

At 7:15 the church organist, Mrs. J. D. Johnson, presented a fifteen- 
minute prelude entitled "Meditation." 

Opening: The evening session convened at Sunset Park Methodist 
Church at 7:30, with Bishop Garber in the chair. 

Result of the Tenth Clerical Ballot: H. P. Powell was elected a dele- 
gate to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Eleventh Clerical Ballot: The eleventh clerical ballot was taken. 

Result of the Tenth Lay Ballot: Bill Price was elected a delegate to 
the Jurisdictional Conference. This completed the election of lay delegates 
to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Eleventh Lay Ballot: The eleventh lay ballot for reserve delegates to 
the Jurisdictional Conference was taken. 

Anniversary of the Board of Lay Activities: The anniversary of the 
Board of Lay Activities was observed. Bishop Garber presented J. Nelson 
Gibson, Jr., conference lay leader, who presided. The Hymn No. 249, "I 
Love to Tell the Story," was sung. Roy L. Turnage, lay leader of the New 
Bern District, led in prayer. 

The choir of Sunset Park Methodist Church sang "Near to the Heart 
of God." 

The conference lay leader presented Dr. John Simpson, a layman of 
the Virginia Conference, who spoke briefly, bringing greetings from the 
laymen of the Virginia Conference. Dr. J. W. Sells was presented and 
spoke briefly. 

The report of the Board of Lay Activities was presented by J. N. 
Gibson, Jr. He read the list of nominations to the Board of Lay Activities 
for 1959-1960. He moved that these nominations be accepted. These 
nominations were accepted. Roy L. Turnage read two resolutions: (1) 
Concerning redisricting the conference. It was adopted; (2) Concerning 
the re-assignment of Bishop Paul N. Garber to this episcopal area for 
the next quadrennium. W. M. Wells offered amendment to the resolution 
asking for the two conferences in North Carolina to be placed in the 
same episcopal area. Bishop Peele, who was presiding temporarily, re- 
quested that the Wells amendment not be acted on now, but that it be 
placed in the hands of the Memorials Committee. Bishop Peele then spoke 
briefly concerning the work of Bishop and Mrs. Garber. The resolution 
was approved by a standing vote. Bishop Garber spoke words of ap- 
preciation. 

J. N. Gibson, Jr., presented Mr. R. H. Berg, Melbourne, Florida, and 
lay leader of the Florida Conference. 

J. N. Gibson, Jr., presented to' Bishop Paul N. Garber a set of keys 
to a new automobile which was made possible by the generosity of the 
laymen of this conference. Dr. John Simpson, representing the laymen of 
the Virginia Conference, presented an air-conditioner for the new car. 
This gift was made possible by the laymen of the Virginia Conference. 

Question 29: "Who are elected deacons?" was called. The answer is: 
(a) Theological Students: Lovell Roy Aills, Charles Vernon Bryant, Cling- 
man Carter Capps, George Welyon Cooke, Charles Francis Eakin, Paul 



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Frederick Fendt, Charles Howard Hutchinson, Wilbur Ivan Jackson, 
Johnnie Murrell Lewis, Frank Irwin Lloyd, Jr., William Jack Martin, 
Billy Hiram Parrish, James Burbank Parvin, Richard Hubbard Petersen, 
Reginald Wallace Ponder, Lamar Haider Schmitz, Gerald Merritt Vaiden. 
(b) Members on trial in the course of study: Lester Cefare Bissette, 
Clarence Renneker Breedin, Stanley Stuart Snead. (c) Approved Supply 
Pastors: George Alison Davis, Hughling Brockway Jones, R. Dennis Ricks, 
Chandis A. Young. 

Question 48: "Where shall the next session of the Annual Conference 
be held?" was asked. Leon Russell invited the 1960 session to be held at 
First Methodist Church, Rocky Mount. The invitation was unanimously 
accepted. The Bishop announced that the conference would meet June 
27, 1960 in Rocky Mount at First Methodist Church. 

Result of Eleventh Lay Ballot: C. W. Everett, H. L. Swain and Mrs. 
L. C. Vereen were elected reserve delegates to the Jurisdictional Con- 
ference. 

Result of Eleventh Clerical Ballot: M. W. Lawrence was elected on 
the eleventh ballot to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Twelfth Clerical Ballot: The twelfth clerical ballot was taken (Jur- 
isdictional). 

Twelfth Lay Ballot: The twelfth lay ballot was taken. 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen, W. C. Wilson and J. N. Gibson, Jr., 
made announcements. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Dr. J. W. Sells. 

THIRD DAY— MORNING SESSION 
Wednesday, June 24, 1959 

Opening: The conference convened at 8:30 a.m. with Bishop Garber 
in the chair. After the singing of Hymn No. 23, "Come, Thou Fount of 
Every Blessing," T. B. Hough led the morning prayer. 

Question 1: "Who are elected for the quadrennium?" was called. 
Secretary, W. C. Wilson; Statistician, D. D. Traynham; Treasurer, M. J. 
Co well. ' 

Question 2: "Is the conference incorporated?" was called. The answer 
was "No." 

Question 3: (a) "What officers handling funds of the conference have 
been bonded, and in what amount?" was called. Fidelity Bond in Em- 
ployers Mutual Casualty Company, Des Moines, Iowa, to cover conference 
treasurer in the amount of '$100,000; stenographer-clerk $25,000; other 
office employees and treasurers of other special conference funds to a 
minimum amount of $10,000. (b) Have the books of said officers or persons 
been audited? Yes. 

Question 4: "Have the conference boards, commissions, and committees 
been appointed and elected?" was called. The answer was "Yes." 

Question 5: "Have the secretaries, treasurers and statisticians kept 
their respective records upon and according to the forms prescribed by 
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Special Appointments: Bishop Garber read list of special appointments 
to be approved: (1) Promote or serve in our institutions of learning, hos- 
pitals and homes under our auspices, or other benevolence institutions. 
Superintendent of The Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc.: J. F. Coble. 
Superintendent of The Methodist Home for Children: R. L. Nicks. Super- 
intendent of The Oxford Masonic Home: A. D. L. Gray. Director, Pastoral 
Counseling Center, R. L. Dicks. Associate Director, Pastoral Counseling 
Center, R. H. Love. (2) To teaching in institutions of learning not under 
our auspices: Resident Advisor, University of Florida, Joel D. Savell; 
Professor, Florida State University, J. T. Greene; Associate Professor, 
Consolidated Presbyterian College, Murrell K. Glover; Professor, Dart- 
mouth College, Robin J. Scroges. (3) To serve in groups devoted to the 
promotion of peace and world order: staff consultant, Department of 
Religious Liberty, National Council of Churches of Christ in the United 
States of America, C. D. Nelson. 

The Special Appointments were approved by the Conference. 

Result of Twelfth Clerical Ballot: W. M. Howard. Jr., was elected a 
delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Thirteenth Clerical Ballot: The thirteenth clerical ballot was taken 
(Jurisdictional). 

Result of the Twelfth Lay Ballot: There was no election (Jurisdictional). 

Thirteenth Lay Ballot: The thirteenth lay ballot was taken (Juris- 
dictional). 

Anniversary of the Board of Temperance: The anniversary of the 
Board of Temperance was observed with D. W. Charlton, president, pre- 
siding. He made the report for the board. It was adopted. He presented 
J. R. Regan, Jr., who spoke to the conference. 

Rev. Wendall Davis, president, Christian Action League, addressed 
the conference. 

E. L. Earnhardt moved that the conference urge the Board of Missions 
to add to the list of approved Conference Advance Specials The Good 
Shepherd Home at Lake Waccamaw, N. C. It was seconded and adopted. 

Minutes: K. R. Wheeler reported for the Committee on Minutes. The 
report was approved. 

Resolution: Paul Carruth presented resolution expressing appreciation 
to the "News and Observer" of Raleigh for its stand taken on moral issues. 

Conference Lay Leader: J. N. Gibson, Jr., was elected Conference 
Lay Leader. 

Ministerial Training and Qualifications: Question 31: "Who have been 
elected elders?" was called, (b) Course of study graduates: James Herndon 
Warren. 

Question 26: "Who are continued on trial, and what progress have 
they made in their ministerial studies?" was called. The answer was: 

(a) In approved schools of theology: Remove name of David Meade 
Bercaw; Robin Jerome Scroggs, now professor at Dartmouth College. 

(b) In the four-year course of study: remove Paul B. Scott; add James 
Graham White, (c) In the two years of special study: Omit name of 
William Oliver Conner, (d) Full members in the course of study: Omit 
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Question 27: "Who are discontinued?" was called. The answer was 
'none." 

Question 34: 'Who are readmitted?" was called. The answer was: 
B. C. Reavis on trial as an elder. 

Question 37: "Who are transferred out?" was called. The answer was: 
B. C. Reavis, an elder on trial, effective June 24, 1959, to the Virginia 
Conference. (Question previously called first day, afternoon session.) 

Question 35: "What retired members have been made effective?" was 
:alled. The answer was "None." 

Wesley Theological Seminary: Bishop Garber presented Dr. N. L. 
Irott, president of Wesley Theological Seminary. He spoke briefly. 

Result of Thirteenth Clerical Ballot: R. G. Dawson was elected a 
delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Fourteenth Clerical Ballot: The fourteenth clerical ballot was taken 
Jurisdictional). 

Result of Thirteenth Lay Ballot: There was no election (Jurisdictional). 

Fourteenth Lay Ballot: The fourteenth lay ballot was taken (Juris- 
dictional). 

Special Appointments: Bishop Garber read a special appointment to 
be approved: To promote or serve in our institutions of learning, hospitals 
and homes under our auspices or other benevolence institutions: Professor, 
Pacific School of Religion, C. S. McCoy. 

Camp Activities: Bishop Garber presented Chaplain D. Stuart Patterson, 
director of camp activities. He spoke to the conference. 

Anniversary of the Board of Pensions: The anniversary of the Board 
of Pensions was observed with John M. Dozier of Durham, president, 
presiding. He presented Dr. Kenneth F. Thompson, associate secretary, 
Board of Pensions, Chicago Illinois, who spoke to the conference. The 
report was presented by J. M. Dozier. D. E. Earnhardt offered an amend- 
ment to the report that $25.00 per month be paid out of the reserve fund 
of the Board of Pensions to retired members of the conference not covered 
by social security Social Security benefits were not available when these 
ministers retired; amendment provides that payment be made for the 
conference year 1959-1960. The Board of Pensions was directed to make 
a study of the matter and submit report to the next Annual Conference. 
L. M. Hall spoke for the amendment; J. A. Staton spoke, asking that 
amendment be referred to the conference board for more study; M. W. 
Lawrence spoke for the amendment; J. E. Garlington spoke for the 
amendment; J. M. Dozier made a clarifying statement. The Earnhardt 
amendment was adopted. The report of the board was adopted. 

Result of Fourteenth Lay Ballot: G. P. Hood was elected a reserve 
delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference. This completed the election 
of reserve lay delegates. 

Result of Fourteenth Clerical Ballot: A. J. Walton was elected a 
delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Fifteenth Clerical Ballot: The fifteenth clerical ballot was taken. 

World Service and Finance: G. S. Garriss, of Troy, chairman of the 
commission, called on C. S. Hubbard to present the matter of Methodist 



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Fund, Inc. He in turn called on Dr. John Brauer of Chapel Hill to speak 
about the fund, hereafter to be called Methodist Foundation, Inc. 

Dr. F. Olin Hunt, executive secretary of the Department of Gifts 
and Wills of the Methodist Foundation, Inc. was presented and spoke to 
the conference. 

Section No. 2 of the report was adopted. 

G. S. Garriss presented a motion relating to Methodist Foundation, 
Inc. The motion was adopted. 

J. V. Early, secretary of the commission presented Part I of the report 
of the commission. He also presented Report No. 2 

Report No. 1 was adopted. 

Report No. 2 was adopted. 

Conference Treasurer: M. J. Cowell, conference treasurer, made his 
report to the conference. 

Announcements: Bishop Garber, W. C. Wilson, and J. A. Auman made 
announcements. 

Memorial Service: Bishop Garber presided at the Memorial Service. 
After the singing of Hymn No. 164, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name," 
the Memorial Service prayer was led by A. L. Thompson. The conference 
quartet, composed of L. A. Dillman, Robert Poulk, Roy West, Richard 
Blankenhern, sang "For All the Saints, Who from Their Labors Rest." 

Bishop Garber asked question 39 (a), "What ministerial members of 
the conference, approved supply pastors, and wives of ministers have 
died during the year?" W. C. Wilson, conference secretary, responded: 
Ministers: W. C. Walton, Jr., Ben F. Boone, Harold Glenn Cuthrell. 
Ministers' Wives: Mrs. James M. Rice, Mrs. H. S. B. Thompson, Mrs. 
J. M. Culbreth, Mrs. C. T. Rogers, Sr., Mrs. V. A. Royal, Mrs. D. R. 
Williams, Mrs. E. L. Stack. 

The memorial address was delivered by Leon C. Larkin. His theme 
was, "Our Most Precious Memories." 

Hymn No. 69, "How Gentle God's Commands," was sung. 

The benediction was given by J. V. Early. 

THIRD DAY— AFTERNOON SESSION 
Wednesday, June 24, 1959 

Opening: The conference convened at 2:30 p.m. with Bishop Garber 
in the chair. Hymn No. 372, "Love Divine, All Loves Excelling," was 
sung. J. Aubrey Hughes of the Virginia Conference led in prayer. 

Presentation: Bishop Garber presented Dr. Zack Johnson, president 
of Asbury College, who spoke briefly. 

Result of Fifteenth Clerical Ballot: C. F. Heath was elected a dele- 
gate to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Sixteenth Clerical Ballot: The sixteenth clerical ballot was taken 
(Jurisdictional). 

Paine College: Bishop Garber presented Dr. E. Clayton Calhoun, 
president of Paine College, to the conference. He spoke briefly. 

Ministerial Training and Qualifications: Question 21: "Who are the 
approved supply pastors?" was called, (a) Student approved supply pastors: 



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ohn W. Cutler, Howard Porter, John E. Bryant, Hal Edwards, Jr. (c) 
bill time approved supply pastors: Frank D. R. Daniels, James G. Snypes. 
Question 21 previously called second day, morning session; and fourth 
lay, morning session.) 

Question 31: "Who have been elected elders?" (c) Approved supply 
>astors: Hughling Brockway Jones. 

Commission on Worship: V. E. Queen presented the report of the 
Commission on Worship. It was adopted. 

Anniversary of the Board of Education: The anniversary of the Board 
>f Education was observed with V. E. Queen, chairman, presiding. Mrs. 
Marvin Faulkner sang "Fear Not Ye, O Israel." 

W. S. Potter presented the report of Board. Wayne B. Starnes moved 
hat paragraph 4, section F, be deleted. David G. Bradley spoke against 
he motion. O. L. Hathaway spoke against the motion. T. H. House 
poke against the motion. J. E. Garlington spoke for the motion. E. C. 
>hoaf spoke to the motion. W. S. Potter moved that paragraph 4, section 
f., go back to the Board for further study. It was carried. 

The report of the Board, minus paragraph 4, section F, was adopted. 

V. E. Queen presented M. Earl Cunningham, General Board of 
iducation, Nashville, Tenn., who addressed the conference. 

Result of the Sixteenth Clerical Ballot: There was no election (jur- 
sdictional). 

Seventeenth Clerical Ballot: The seventeenth clerical ballot was taken 
Jurisdictional). 

Anniversary of the Board of Education: (continued) 
C. P. Morris spoke and then presented the members of the conference 
staff: Wesley G. Brogan, Director of Children's Work; G. Robert Mc- 
kenzie, Jr., Director of Youth Work. Francis Bradshaw, President of 
Conference Youth, was presented by Robert McKenzie, and spoke briefly. 
Harold Minor, Director of Adult Work. Paul Carruth, executive secretary 
jf Christian Higher Education, made his report. He presented T. A. 
Collins, president of North Carolina Wesleyan College, who spoke to 
the Conference. Paul Carruth then spoke. V. E. Queen presented W. M. 
Wells, director of State Methodist Student Work. 

Result of Seventeenth Clerical Ballot: Leon Russell was elected a 

delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Eighteenth Clerical Ballot: The eighteenth clerical ballot was taken. 

Conference Board of Trustees: C. E. Jordan of Durham presented 
reports 1, 2, and 3 of the conference board of trustees. They were adopted. 

Resolution: C. E. Jordan presented a resolution concerning the par- 
sonage at Biscoe. The resolution was adopted (See Section V). 

Greeting: G. S. Eubank moved that the conference send greetings to 
:he father of J. V. Early, who is ill in Rex Hospital in Raleigh. 

Announcements: Bishop Garber, W. C. Wilson, and J. A. Auman made 
mnouncements. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by H. M. McLamb. 



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THIRD DAY— EVENING SESSION 
Wednesday, June 24, 1959 

At 7:15 the church organist presented a fifteen-minute prelude of organ 
music, consisting of "Prelude in G" by Purcell and "Largo and Fanfare" 
by Handel. 

Opening: The conference convened at 7:30 p.m. with Bishop Garber 
in the chair. Bishop Garber made announcements relative to the Love 
Feast. Hymn No. 372, "Love Divine, All Loves Excelling," was sung. 
The prayer was led by Bishop Peele. 

The Chancel Choir of Grace Methodist Church rendered the anthem, 
"Springs in the Desert." by Jennings. 

Dr. Robert E. Cushman,' Dean of the Duke Divinity School, preached I 
the Ordination Sermon. 

Ordination of Deacons: Bishop Garber called upon the conference 
secretary to read the names of those to be ordained deacons. W. C. Wilson 
read the list, and presented them for ordination as deacons. They were 
ordained by Bishop Garber, assisted by Bishop Peele and Bishop Straughn ij 
(See Certificate of Ordination, Section III). 

Ordination of Elders: Bishop Garber called upon the conference' 
secretary to read the names of those to be ordained elders. W. C. Wilson 
read the list, and presented them for ordination as elders. They werej< 
ordained by Bishop Garber, assisted by Bishop Straughn, Bishop Peele,, 
Leon Russell, R. E. Cushman, W. C. Wilson and the District Superin- 
tendents (See Certificate of Ordination, Section III). 

Result of Eighteenth Clerical Ballot: There was no election (Jur- 
isdictional). 

Nineteenth Clerical Ballot: The nineteenth clerical ballot was taken. 

Town and Country Work: Key W. Taylor presented report No. 1. 
It was adopted. Report No. 2 withdrawn. The A. J. Walton Citation be- 
comes Report No. 2 at the request of the chairman. It was adopted. He 
presented report No. 3. It was adopted. He presented report No. 4, sec- 
tion 1. It was adopted. Section 2 of Report No. 4 was presented. O. K. In- 
gram offered an amendment to paragraph 3, Section II, which was accepted 
and the report was adopted. 

Section No. 3 of report No. 4 was presented and adopted. 

Resolution: Key W. Taylor read a resolution concerning the Methodist 
Home for Children. G. S. Eubank made motion that the resolution be 
tabled. Motion not carried. O. K. Ingram spoke against the resolution. 
J. E. Garlington spoke for the resolution. O. L. Hathaway spoke against 
the resolution. E. C. Crawford spoke for the resolution. O. K. Ingram 
presented certain information. W. L. Clegg asked for information. O. L. 
Hathaway answered the question. Paul Carruth spoke against the reso- 
lution. G. S. Eubank asked for information. Leon Russell gave the in- 
formation. Jack Crum spoke against the resolution. G. S. Eubank spoke. 
W. L. Clegg offered a substitute motion: "Be it resolved that the trustees 
of the Children's Home be requested to speedily implement and put into| 
effect the recommendations of the recent study." Key W. Taylor spoke 
against the substitute. O. K. Ingram spoke for the substitute. David G. 
Bradley spoke against the substitute. 

By request, the original resolution was read again by Key W. Taylor. 



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Bishop Garber re-read the Clegg substitute motion. W. C. Wilson spoke 
or the Clegg substitute. Jack Crum spoke against the substitute. A. F. 
Wisher asked for information. Leon Russell gave the information. A. S. 
D arker asked for the previous question. The previous question was sus- 
ained by vote. The Clegg substitute was voted upon and the result was: 
or 88, against 44. The substitute was adopted. 

Result of Nineteenth Clerical Ballot: There was no election (Jur- 
sdictional). 

Twentieth Clerical Ballot: The twentieth clerical ballot was taken. 
Jurisdictional). 

Committee on World Peace: The report of the committee on World 
Peace was given by C. J. Andrews. Jack Crum offered an amendment, 
isking that word "solely" and the phrase "to lead us to victory" in 
aragraph 4 be deleted. They were deleted. The report was adopted. 

Board of Social and Economic Relations: The report of the committee 
hi Social and Economic Relations was made by T. J. Whitehead. D. G. 
Bradley offered an amendment: by adding to it the stipulation that for 
he coming year the commission be required to study a few of the more 
important issues confronting us and to bring in recommendations for 
specific action in these areas — such, for instance, as are recommended 
3y the Board of Evangelism in its area of concern. Jack Crum spoke. 
T. J. Whitehead accepted the Bradley amendment. W. M. Jeffries offered 
* resolution concerning local church commission on Christian Social 
Relations. W. L. Clegg spoke to a point of order, stating that the term 
'mandatory" was General Conference rather than Annual Conference 
iction. The chair sustained the point of order and ruled the resolution out 
jf order. The report was adopted. 

Resolution: Arnold Pope offered a resolution concerning obscene litera- 
:ure. The resolution was approved. 

The report of the Board of Social and Economic Relations was adopted. 

Result of Twentieth Clerical Ballot: There was no election (Jur- 
isdictional). 

Twenty-first Clerical Ballot: The twenty-first clerical ballot was taken 
Jurisdictional). 

Board of Education: The report of the Board of Education as presented 
n the afternoon session was adopted. 

Resolution: Paul Carruth presented a resolution concerning receiving, 
disposing, and assigning of funds and properties by the Conference 
Commission on Christian Higher Education. The resolution was approved. 

Flowers: A. S. Parker moved that the conference secretary be instructed 
to send flowers to Mrs. Garber, who is a patient in the Medical College 
of Virginia at Richmond. Bishop Garber spoke words of appreciation. 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen and J. A. Auman made announcements. 

Benediction: Leon Russell gave the benediction. 

FOURTH DAY, MORNING SESSION 

Thursday, June 25, 1959 

Opening: The Conference convened at 8:30 a.m. with Bishop Paul N. 
Garber in the chair. 

Love Feast: The animal Love Feast was held with W. A. Cade pre- 



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siding. Assisting in the service were E. L. Hillman, L. D. Hayman, W. L. 
Loy, I. S. Richmond and J. A. Russell. 

Result of the Twenty-first Clerical Ballot: W. C. Ball was elected a 
delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Twenty-second Clerical Ballot: The twenty-second clerical ballot was 
taken. 

Introduction: Bishop Garber introduced James E. Scott of the Virginia 
Conference. 

Anniversary of the Board of Hospitals and Homes: The Anniversary 
of the Board of Hospitals and Homes was observed with H. P. Powell, 
president, presiding. The Methodist Home for Children chorus, under 
the direction of Mrs. Allen Heath, sang three numbers. 

Reports Nos. 1 and 2 were presented by B. F. Musser. They were 
adopted. 

Result of the Twenty-second Clerical Ballot: W. C. Wilson was elected 
a delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference. This completed the election 
of delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Twenty-third Clerical Ballot: The twenty-third clerical ballot was 
taken for reserve delegates to Jurisdictional Conference. A. S. Parker 
moved that the top number on the next ballot be elected. The Bishop 
stated that this could not be done unless it was by unanimous vote. One 
member wanted to speak against the motion. The chair ruled that the 
motion was out of order, since there was an objection. . 

Anniversary of the Board of Hospitals and Homes (continued): B. F, 
Musser asked for the adoption of the report of the Methodist Retirement 
Homes. It was adopted. 

J. F. Coble spoke on the program at the Methodist Retirement Home. 

R. L. Nicks presented reports 1, 2 and 3 of the Methodist Home for 
Children. He then spoke of the work at the Home. He presented Ben B. 
Holman, caseworker for the Home. 

Paul W. Aiken, chaplain at Duke Hospital, spoke to the Conference. 

Fraternal Greetings: Bishop Garber introduced J. M. Murphy, Jr., 
of Red Springs and James W. Ferry of Lumberton, members of the 
North Carolina Conference, Central Jurisdiction of the Methodist Church. 
He also presented G. E. Hogue, Galilee Methodist Church, Laurinburg, 
who brought fraternal greetings from the North Carolina Conference 
of the Central Jurisdiction. 

Result of the Twenty-third Clerical Ballot: T. A. Collins, C. P. Morris 
and J. V. Early were elected reserve delegates to the Jurisdictional 
Conference. 

Twenty-fourth Clerical Ballot: The twenty-fourth clerical ballot was 
taken. 

Telegrams: Telegrams were read by Bishop Garber from Bishop Nolan 
B. Harmon and C. M. Fogleman, Jr., of the Kansas Conference. Motion 
was made and carried that responses be sent to these messages. 

Question 36: "Who have been received by transfer?" was called. The 
answer was: Willy N. Heggoy, from the Virginia Conference, effective 
date June 22, 1959; Konstantv Najder, from the Virginia Conference, 
effective date June 22, 1959. 



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Question 41: "Who are granted sabbatical leave?" was called. The 
answer was: "None." 

Question 38: "Who have had their conference membership terminated?" 
was called, (a) By voluntary location: the answer was: "None." (b) By 
involuntary location: the answer was "None." (c) By withdrawal: the 
answer was: H. W. Houston, effective date, June 25. 

Duke Endowment: A. J. Walton presented the report of the Duke 
Endowment. 

The J. M. Ormond Fund: A. J. Walton presented the report of the 
J. M. Ormond Fund. 

Ministers' Credit Union: R. E. Walston presented the report of the 
Ministers' Credit Union. 

Committee on Memorials to the General Conference: Bishop Garber 
spoke briefly and presented M. W. Lawrence, chairman of the Com- 
mittee on Memorials to the General Conference, who presented the 
Committee report. (See Section V). 

Result of Twenty-fourth Clerical Ballot: There was no election. 

Twenty-fifth Clerical Ballot: The twenty-fifth clerical ballot was taken. 

Question 6. "What is the report of the statistician?" was called. D. D. 
Traynham, conference statistician, gave the report. It was adopted. 

Committee on Conference Relations: W. G. Brogan gave the report 
of the Committee on Conference Relations. It was adopted. 

Result of the Twenty-fifth Clerical Ballot: A. P. Brantley was elected 
a reserve delegate to the Jurisdictional Conference. This completed the 
election of reserve delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

Minutes: K. R. Wheeler made the report for the Committee on Minutes. 
It was adopted. 

District Conference Records: J. C. P. Brown made the report for the 
Committee on District Conference Records. It was adopted. . 

Announcements: W. L. Clegg made an announcement concerning a 
meeting of the delegates to the General Conference. 

Question 18: "What local churches have been: (a) organized? Burling- 
ton District, Graham: Christ Church; Fayetteville District, Fayetteville: 
St. John; Goldsboro District, Selma: Breitz Memorial, Brogden; New Bern 
District, Beulaville, Jacksonville: Northwoods; Raleigh District, Raleigh: 
Asbury; Rocky Mount District, Wilson: West Nash; Wilmington District, 
Collins Chapel, Philadelphia; (b) Merged? Rocky Mount District, Ringwood 
on West Halifax Charge merged with Union and Central Cross on West 
Halifax Charge. Property kept intact and under the quarterly conference 
of West Halifax Charge, (c) Discontinued? Durham District, Woodsdale 
on Roxboro: Ca-Vel Charge. Goldsboro District, Piney Grove on Seven 
Springs Charge; Wilmington District, Wootens Chapel, (d) Relocated and 
to what address? None, (e) Transferred into this Conference from the 
Central Jurisdiction and with what membership? This year? None. Pre- 
viously? None. 

Question 44: "Who are appointed to attend school?" was called. The 
answer was: J. C. Alexander, Jr., W. Eastwood Atwater, Jr., Robert S. 



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Barefield, G. Paul Carr, Jr., George P. Chandler, N. A. Desrosiers, J. 
Rodney Fulcher, Robert H. Gibbons, Jr., J. R. Hailey, Charles H. Hutch- 
inson, Wilbur I. Jackson, Belton Joyner, Harold F. Lininger, Harmon L. 
Smith, E. A. Stevens, Elbert Russell Stott, L. C. Thompson, Kenneth E. 
Townsend. 

Question 50: "What changes have been made in appointments since 
the last Conference session?" was called. (See Section III, "Changes In 
Appointments between Sessions.") 

Changes in Charge and District Doundaries: C. D. Barclift presented 
Changes in Charge and District Boundaries. It was adopted. (See Section 
III, Changes in Boundaries.) 

Nominations to District Boards of Church Locations and Buildings: 

C. D. Barclift presented nominations to District Boards of Church Loca- 
tions and Buildings. They were approved. (See Section II.) 

Nominations to District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications: CD. 

Barclift presented nominations for District Committee on Ministerial 
Qualifications. They were approved. (See Section II.) 

Committee Nominations: C. D. Barclift read the list of committee 
nominations as submitted by the cabinet. They were approved. 

Moving Date: C. D. Barclift announced that Thursday, July 2, had 
been approved by the cabinet as moving date. 

Resolution: C. D. Barclift read resolution concerning amending of 
charters of institutions of the Conference. It was approved. 

Resolution: J. E. Garlington presented resolution concerning the 
Conference Board of Missions borrowing $250,000 from the Methodist 
Foundation, Inc., to aid in building new churches. It was approved. 

Resolution: C. M. Mitchell presented resolution concerning pastors' 
financial report to the annual conference. It was approved. 

Committee on Resolutions: J. W. Linberger presented the report of 
the Committee on Resolutions. It was approved. 

Question 21: "Who are the approved supply pastors?" (a) Student 
approved supply pastors, and in what schools are they enrolled?" was 
called. The answer was: Harold Chrismon. (This question called second 
day, morning session, and the third day, afternoon session.) 

Resolution: R. M. Gradeless presented resolution concerning the re- 
porting of the death of a minister or minister's wife. It was approved. 

Offering: An offering was taken for the janitors and maids of Grace 
Methodist Church, Wilmington. 

Solo: Bishop Garber requested M. L. Husted to sing "How Great Thou 
Art." 

Appreciation: Bishop Garber expressed appreciation to the Conference 
for all the kindnesses to him and to Mrs. Garber. 

Question 51: "Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year?" 
was called. Bishop Garber read the appointments. (See list of Appoint- 
ments, Section III.) 



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Benediction: After the singing of one stanza of "God Be with You 
Till We Meet Again" Bishop Straughn gave the benediction. Thus the 
1959 session of the North Carolina Annual Conference was concluded. 

Qui \ tivJUv 



President 



Secretary 

The Committee on Daily Minutes has examined the minutes of all 
sessions of the Annual Conference of 1959 and they are correct and 
approved.. 

J. D. Young, Chairman 

Kermit Wheeler 

C. Graham Nickens 



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CONDENSED MINUTES 

The Business of The Annual Conference 

(Paragraph 651, 1956 Discipline) 

The Minutes of the North Carolina Annual Conference held in Wilmington, North 
Carolina from June 22nd 1959 through June 25th 1959, Bishop Paul N. Garber, pre- 
siding. Date When Organized, 1835. Number of This Session, 124th. 

PART I. ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL BUSINESS 

1. Who are elected for the quadrennium: 

Secretary? W. Carleton Wilson, P. O. Box 8073, North Durham Station, Durham, 

North Carolina. 

Statistician? D. D. Traynham, Jackson, N. C. 

Treasurer? Marvin J. Cowell, Box 10344, Raleigh, N. C. 

Office Address: 900 Wade Avenue, Cameron Village 

2. Is the Annual Conference incorporated? No. 

3. Bond and auditing: 

a) What officers handling funds of the Conference have been bonded, and in what 
amounts? Fidelity Bond in Employers Mutual Casualty Company, Des Moines, 
Iowa, to cover Conference Treasurer in the amount of $100,000; Stenographer- 
Clerk $25,000; other office employees and Treasurers of other Special Con- 
ference Funds to a minimum amount of $10,000. 

b) Have the books of said officers of persons been audited? Yes 

4. Have the Conference Boards, Commissions, and Committees been appointed or 
elected: 

a) Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications? Yes. 

b) Committee on Conference Relations? Yes. 

c) District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications? Yes. 

d) Committee of Investigation? Yes. 

e) District Boards of Church Location and Building? Yes. 

f) Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference? Yes. 

g) Commission on World Service and Finance? Yes. 
h) Commission on Town and Country Work? Yes. 

5. Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept .their respective records 
upon and according to the forms prescribed by The Methodist Church? Yes. 

6. What is the report of the statistician? (See Section IV and VII). 

7. What is the report of the treasurer? (See Section IV and VI). 

8. What are the reports of the district superintendents as to the status of the work 
within their districts? (See Section IV). 

9. What is the schedule of minimum salaries for pastors? $3,200 for a single 
minister serving full time; $3,500 for a married minister serving full time; $3,900 
for a married minister with dependent children serving full time; For student 
pastors the salary supported at the following minimum levels: $1,800 for a single 
minister serving as a student pastor; $2,000 for a married minister serving as a 
student pastor; $2,200 for a married minister with one dependent child serving as 
a student pastor; $2,400 for a married minister with two or more dependent 
children serving as a student pastor. In addition to this support for student pastors, 
their salary shall be increased by an allowance relative to the distance of their 
charge from the school they attend. When the charge is within 25 miles of the 
school, it shall be increased by $100.00. When the charge is between 25 and 50 
miles from the school, it shall be increased by $200.00; when the charge is beyond 
50 miles and widiin 75 miles of the school, $300.00; when the charge is beyond 



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75 miles and within 100 miles of the school $400.00; and when the charge is be- 
yond 100 miles, $500.00 as a maximum increment, 
i) Deaconess Board? Yes. 
j) Board of Missions? Yes. 
k) Board of Education? Yes. 
1) Board of Temperance? Yes. 
m) Board of Lay Activities? Yes. 
n) Board of Hospitals and Homes? Yes. 
o) Board of Evangelism? Yes. 
p) Board of Pensions? Yes. 
q) Commission on Christian Vocations? Yes. 
r) Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service? Yes. 
s) Commisssion on Minimum Salaries? Yes. 
t) Commission on Promotion and Cultivation? Yes. 
u) Committee on Reserve Pensions? Yes. 
v) Quadrennial Committee on Local Church Goals? Yes. 
w) Optional Commissions and Committees? Yes. 

What is the plan and what are the approved claims for the support of the district 
superintendents for the ensuing year? A sum equal to 5%% of current pastor's 
salary or $8400.00, including travel. 

What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges witiiin the Conference 
to be raised for the support of Conference claimants? An amount equal to 16% of 
the pastor's salary. (See Board of Pension Report, Section IV). 
What are the apportionments to this Conference? (See Report of Commission on 
World Service, Section IV, Fund #7, Benevolences). 

a) For the World Service Fund? $143,342. 

b) For the Episcopal Fund? $30,500. 

c) For the General Administration Fund? $8,070. 

d) For the Interdenominational Co-operation Fund? $6,389. 

e) For the Jurisdictional Administration Fund? $9,906. 

What is the percentage division between world service and conference benev- 
olences for the current year: World Service? 54%; Conference benevolences? 46%. 
What are the reports, recommendations, and plans of the conference agencies: 

a) What is the report of the Board of Pensions and what appropriations for con- 
ference claimants are reported and approved? See report, Section IV, "Statement 
of Prospective Distribution;" See Conference Treasurer's Report, Section VI. 

b) What is the report of the Board of Missions of disbursements of missionary aid 
within the Conference? See Report of Conference Treasurer, Section VI. 

c) What is the report of the Commission on World Service and Finance? See 
report, Section IV; See Section VI. 

d) What is the report of the Commission on Christian Vocations? See report, 
Section IV. 

e) What are the other reports? See reports, Section IV. 

What Methodist institutions or organizations are approved by the Conference 

for annuity responsibility? The Methodist Home for Children, Inc., Raleigh, N. C; 

The North Carolina Christian Advocate, Greensboro, N. C. (See Report Board of 

Pensions). 

What date is determined for Golden Cross Enrollment Sunday? No date set for 

enrollment. $26,300.00 allocated to this Fund, 1959-60. 

Conference Lay Leader: 

a) Name? J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson, N. C. 

b) What is his report? See report, Section IV, (Board of Lay Activities). 

c) Who are district and associate district lay leaders? (See complete roster Board 
of Lay Activities — Under Organization of Agencies, Boards and Commissions, 
and Committees, Section II). 



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18. What local churches have been: 

a) Organized? Burlington District — Graham: Christ Church; Fayetteville District — 
Fayette ville: St. John; Goldsboro District — Selma: Breitz Memorial, Brogdon; New 
Bern District — Buelaville, Jacksonville-Northwoods; Raleigh District — Raleigh: 
Asbury; Rocky Mount District — Wilson: West Nash; Wilmington District — Collins 
Chapel, Philadelphus. 

b) Merged? Rocky Mount District — Ringwood on West Halifax Charge merged 
with Union and Central Cross on West Halifax Charge. Property kept intact and 
under the quarterly conference of West Halifax Charge. 

c) Discontinued? Durham District— Woodsdale on Roxboro-Ca-Vel Charge; Golds- 
boro District — Piney Grove on Seven Springs Charge; Wilmington District — 
Wootens Chapel. 

d) Relocated and to what address? None. 

e) Transferred into this Conference from the Central Jurisdiction, and with what 
membership? This Year? None; Previously? None. 

PART II. PERTAINING TO MINISTERIAL RELATIONS 

19. Are all die ministerial members of the conference blameless in their life and 
official administration? Yes. 

20. Who constitute the Conference Committee of Investigation? A. P. Brantley, Con- 
vener; J. M. Cline, George Blount, C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley, J. P. Pegg; Alternates: 
R. Z. Newton, R. L. Bame, T. R. Jenkins. 

21. Who are approved supply pastors: 

a) Student approved supply pastors?, and in what schools are they enrolled? 

b) Part-time approved supply pastors, and what progress has each made in the 
course of study? 

c) Full-time approved supply pastors, and what progress has each made in the 
course of study? (See Roll and Record of Approved Supply Pastors, Section II). 

22. What approved supply pastors are credited with annuity claim on account of 
full-time service during the past year? (See Report — Board of Pensions, Section IV, 
also Roll and Record of Approved Supply Pastors, Section II). 

23. What preachers, coming from other evangelical churches, have had their orders 
recognized: 

a) As local deacons? No One. 

b ) As local elders? No One. 

24. Who have been admitted from other evangelical churches as traveling preachers: 

a) As members on trial: Deacons? Murry Lee DeHart, Jr.; Wesley Stewart Jones; 
Oscar Shelton Williams. Elders? No One. 

b) As members in full connection? Deacons: No One; Elders: No One. 

25. Who are admitted on trial: 

a) With degrees from approved colleges and credits from approved schools ol 
theology? Lovel Roy Aills, Charles Vernon Bryant, Clingman Carter Capps, Ed- 
ward Cortez Coleman, George Weyon Cooke, Paul Frederick Fendt, James Wilson 
Griffis, Jr., Charles Howard Hutchinson, Wilbur Ivan Jackson, Frank Beltor 
Joyner, Jr., Johnnie Murrell Lewis, Milton Thomas Mann, William Jack Martin. 
Billy Hiram Parrish, James Burbank Parvin, Reginald Wallace Ponder, Francis Rod- 
erick Randolph, Lamar Haider Schmitz, Gerald Merritt Vaiden, Walter Parkei 
Weaver. 

b) With degrees from colleges not accredited by the University Senate and credits 
from approved schools of theology? No one. 

c) With degrees from approved colleges and completion of the introductory studies 
for the ministry? Lester Cefare Bissette, Stanley Stuart Snead, Wilbur Carol 
Teachey. 

d) With partial college credit, completion of the four-year course of study, and 



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six years service as approved supply pastors? John Daniel Long, Wilford Denny 

Wise. 

Who are continued on trial; and what progress have they made in their ministerial 

studies: 

a) In approved schools of theology? 

b) In the four-year course of study? 

c) In the two years of special study? (See Roll, "Preachers on Trial" — Section II). 
Who on trial are discontinued? No one. 

Who are admitted into full connection? Robert Lee Baldridge, William Oliver 
Conner, Joseph Conrad Glass, Jr., Lawrence Amon Green, Holland Luther Hale, 
Arnold Kinsey King, Jr., Robert Hugh Love, Charles Hall Mewborn, Harvey Worth 
Pearce, Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr., Horace Gilbert Quigley, Paul Batteaux Scott, 
Jr., Charles Alison Simonton, Jr., Franklin Odell Walker, Herman Nathan Ward. 
Who have been elected deacons: 

a) Theological students? Lovell Roy Aills, Charles Vernon Bryant, Clingman Car- 
ter Capps, Edward Cortez Coleman, George Weylon Cooke, Charles Francis 
Eakin, Paul Frederick Fendt, Charles Howard Hutchinson, Wilbur Ivan Jackson, 
Frank Belton Joyner, Jr., Johnnie Murrell Lewis, Frank Irwin Lloyd, Jr., William 
Jack Martin, Billy Hiram Parrish, James Burbank Parvin, Richard Hubbard Peter- 
son, Reginald Wallace Ponder, Lamar Haider Schmitz, Laurell Dallas Sproull, 
Gerald Merritt Vaiden. 

b) Members on trial in the course of study? Lester Cefare Bissette, Clarence 
Renneker Breeden, Stanley Stuart Snead. 

c) Approved Supply Pastors? George Alison Davis, Hughling Brockway Jones, 
R. Dennis Ricks, Chandis A. Young. 

d) Other Local Preachers? No One. 

e) Missionaries? No One. 

f) Chaplains? No One. 

Who have been ordained deacons? (See Certificate of Ordination, Section III). 
Who have been elected elders? 

a) Theological graduates? Robert Lee Baldridge, Wilfong Waldron Clarke, Jr., 
Joseph Conrad Glass, Jr., Arnold Kimsey King, Jr., Robert Hugh Love, Henry 
Arthur Phillips, Jr., Horace Gilbert Quigley, Charles Alison Simonton, Jr., Franklin 
Odell Walker. 

b) Course of study graduates? Lawrence Amon Green, Holland Luther Hale, 
Charles Hall Mewborn, Harvey Worth Pearce, James Herndon Warren. 

c) Approved Supply Pastors? Joseph Junior Grimes, Jakie Locklear, Samuel Street 
Moore. 

d) Other Local Preachers? No One. 

e) Missionaries? No One. 

f) Chaplains? No One. 

Who have been ordained Elders? (See Certificate of Ordination, Section III). 
Who have been admitted or ordained to accommodate other conferences: 

a) Admitted: On trial? No One. 
Into full connection? No One. 

b) Ordained after election by this Conference: Deacons? No One. Elders? No One. 

c) Ordained after election by other conferences: Deacons? No One. Elders? 
No One. 

Who are readmitted: 

a) As deacons? No One. 

b) As elders? B. C. Reavis, on Trial. 

What retired members have been made effective? No One. 

Who have been received by transfer? C. H. Beale, Virginia Conference, June 21, 
1959; Bobby Carl Black, Virginia Conference, June 11, 1959; Paul Grayson Bunn, 
Virginia Conference, June 11, 1959; Danny Welch Burttram, (OT) North Alabama 



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Conference, April 24, 1959; Nathan D. Byrd, (OT) Virginia Conference, June 11, 
1959; Gabriel Paul Carr, Jr., (OT) New York East Conference, May 3, 1959; 
George Patterson Chandler (OT) Tennessee Conference, July 2, 1958; Willy N. 
Heggoy, Virginia Conference, June 22, 1959; Frank I. Lloyd, (OT) Alabama-West 
Florida Conference, May 15, 1959; J. P. Mansfield, Baltimore Conference, May 20, 
1959; Konstanty Najder, Virginia Conference, June 22, 1959; Laurell D. Sproull, 
(OT) Erie Conference, May 6, 1959; Edward Amos Stevens, New York Conference, 
May 3, 1959; John H. Sutton, Jr., Holston Conference, June 1, 1959; Orville W. 
Watson, (OT) West Virginia Conference, June 17, 1959. 

37. Who have been transferred out? David N. Bercaw, (OT) Virginia Conference, 
June 1, 1959; Bobby Carl Black, (OT) Virginia Conference, May 28, 1959; Paul 
Grayson Bunn, (OT) Virginia Conference, May 28, 1959; S. G. Dodson, Jr., North 
Alabama Conference, September 24, 1958; B. C. Beavis, (OT) Virginia Conference, 
June 24, 1959; Edward Amos Stevens, (OT) New York Conference, April 29, 
1959; Sheldon Harry Wolfe, (OT) Illinois Conference, June 1, 1959. 

38. Who have had their conference membership terminated: 

a) By voluntary location? No One. 

b) By involuntary location? No One. 

c) By withdrawal? H. W. Houston, June 25, 1959. 

d) By judicial procedure (expelled)? No One. 

39. Deceased: 

a) What ministerial members have died during the year? 
Betired: Benjamin F. Boone, Harold Glenn Cuthrell. 
Effective: W. Carlisle Walton, Jr. 

On Trial: No One. 

b) What approved supply pastors have died during the year? No One. 

c) What deaconesses have died during the year? No One. 

40. Who are the supernumerary ministers, and for What number of years consecutively 
has each held this relation? Claude L. Barrett, First Year; C. H. Beale, First Year; 
J. A. Wagnon, First Year. 

41. Who are granted sabbatical leave? No One. 

42. What ministerial members have been retired: 

a) This year? J. P. Bartak, F. B. Brandenburg, J. F. Herbert, H. C. Jones, Mc- 
Donald McLamb, B. Z. Newton, A. J. Walton. 

b) Previously? A. S. Barnes, W. C. Benson, J. J. Boone, J. W. Bradley, W. H. 
Brown, W. A. Cade, M. B. Chambers, D. A. Clarke, E. B. Clegg, John Cline, 
E. G. Cowan, J. D. Cranford, Frank Culbreth, W. L. Dawson, J. W. Dimmette, 
E. D. Dodd, E. C. Durham, K. F. Duvall, D. E. Earnhardt, W. F. Elliott, H. C. 
Ewing, W. G. Farrar, Paul H. Fields, B. N. Fitts, M. O. Fletcher, H. I. Glass, 
C. W. Guthrie, E. M. Hall, L. M. Hall, J. C. Harmon, L. D. Hayman, H. L. 
Hendricks, Bobert L. Hethcox, E. L. Hillman, J. W. Hoyle, B. T. Hurley, J. Bas- 
com Hurley, H. E. Lance, T. W. Lee, J. O. Long, F. S. Love, G. W. Lowe, D. F. 
Lowry, F. B. Lowry, W. L. Loy, E. C. Maness, P. B. Maness, W. L. Maness, 
W. C. Martin, O. C. Melton, B. O. Merritt, B. F. Munns, H. E. Myers, W. V. 
McBae, F. B. Noblitt, W. T. Phipps, I. T. Poole, H. B. Porter, I. S. Bichmond, 
C. T. Bogers, Sr., J. A. Bussell, M. Y. Self, D. M. Sharpe, B. B. Slaughter, J. L 
Smith, H. E. Spence, G. B. Starling, H. F. Surratt, J. A. Tharpe, C. T. Thrift, 
W. J. Underwood, W. N. Vaughan, B. L. Vickery, B. D. Wellons, B. M. Williams. 

43. What approved supply pastors have been retired: 

a) This year? W. B. Hale, G. M. Kelly. 

b) Previously? W. J. Freeman, P. M. Porter. 

44. Who are appointed to attend school? J. C. Alexander, Jr., W. Eastwood Atwater, 
Jr., Bobert S. Barefield, G. Paul Carr, Jr., George P. Chandler, N. A. Desrosiers, 
J. Bodney Fulcher, Bobert H. Gibbons, Jr., J. B. Hailey, Charles H. Hutchinson, 



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Wilbur Jackson, Belton Joyner, Harold F. Lininger, Harmon L. Smith, E. A. 
Stevens, Elbert Russell Stott, L. C. Thompson, Kenneth E. Townsend. 

15. What is the number of: a) General Information: Pastoral charges? 465; Approved 
Supply Pastors? 147; Received on Trial? 25; Received into full connection? 15; 
Transferred in? 15; Transferred out? 7; Received from other evangelical 
churches? 3; Readmitted? 1; Discontinued? No One; Withdrawn? 1; Expelled? No 
One; Located? No One; Deceased? 3; Local Preachers? Ill; Women under ap- 
pointment? 2 (Deaconesses); Retired made effective? No One; Retired serving as 
Supply? 5; District Parsonages? 9; Indebtedness? 35,000; Total value? $233,000; 
b) Ministerial members: 1) On Trial: a) As Pastors? 67; b) Under Special Appoint- 
ment? 1; c) Appointed to attend School? 11; d) Supernumerary: 2; Total on Trial: 
81; 2) In full Connection: a) Effective i) As pastors and district superintendents? 
276; ii) Under special appointment? 70; iii) Appointed to attend school? 7; iv) On 
sabbatical leave: No One; Total effective? 353; b) Retired? 82; c) Supernumerary? 
1; Total Ministerial Members, (Add total on trial, effective, retired and super- 
numerary) 517. 

16. What other personal notation should be made? None. 

PART III. CONCLUDING BUSINESS 

17. What are die detailed objectives of this conference for the coming year? (See 
supplementary reports) Section IV. 

18. Where shall the next conference session be held? First Methodist Church, Rocky 
Mount, North Carolina. 

[9. Is there any other business? No. 

>0. What changes have been made in appointments since last Annual Conference 
Session? See report, "Changes Made in Appointments Between Conference Ses- 
sions" Section III. 

51. Where are the preachers stationed for die ensuing year? (See list of Appoint- 
ments) Section III. 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



Certificate of Ordination 


This is to certify that in the sanctuary of Grace Methodist 
Church, Wilmington, North Carolina, on Wednesday evening, 
June 24, 1959 and with the assistance of Bishop W. W. Peele and 
Bishop James H. Straughn, I ordained the following preachers of 
the North Carolina Annual Conference to the office of deacon in 
The Methodist Church: 


DEACON 


Lovell Roy Aills 


Frank Belton Joyner, Jr. 


Lester Cefare Bissette 


Johnnie Murrell Lewis 


Clarence Renneker Breeden 


Frank Irwin Lloyd, Jr. 


Charles Vernon Bryant 


William Jack Martin 


Clingman Carter Capps 


Billy Hiram Parrish 


Edward Cortez Coleman 


James Burbank Parvin 


George Weylon Cooke 


Richard Hubbard Peterson 


George Alison Davis 


Reginald Wallace Ponder 


*Murry Lee DeHart 


R. Dennis Ricks 


Charles Francis Eakin 


Lamar Haider Schmitz 


Paul Frederick Fendt 


Stanley Stuart Snead 


Charles Howard Hutchinson 


Laurell Dallas Sproull 


Wilbur Ivan Jackson 


Gerald Merritt Vaiden 


"Wesley Stewart Jones 


*Oscar Shelton Williams 


Chandis A. Young 



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Certificate of Ordination 



ELDER 



This is to certify that in the sanctuary of Grace Methodist 
Church, Wilmington, North Carolina, on Wednesday evening, June 
24, 1959 and with the assistance of Bishop W. W. Peele and Bishop 
James H. Straughn and the district superintendents, I ordained 
the following preachers of the North Carolina Annual Conference 
to the office of elder in The Methodist Church: 



Robert Lee Baldridge 
Wilfong Waldron Clarke, Jr. 
Joseph Conrad Glass, Jr. 
Joseph Junior Grimes 
Lawrence Amon Green 
Holland Luther Hale 
Hughling Brockway Jones 
Arnold Kimsey King, Jr. 
Jakie Locklear 



Robert Hugh Love 
Charles Hall Mewborn 
Samuel Street Moore 
Harvey Worth Pearce 
Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr. 
"Horace Gilbert Quigley 
Charles Alison Simonton, Jr. 
Franklin Odell Walker 
James Herndon Warren 



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Appointments 1959-1960 

BURLINGTON DISTRICT— 46 Charges 

District Superintendent, A. P. Brantley (6) 

Bethel L. G. Hunsucker (AS) 1 

Bonlee Leslie M. Myers (AS) 1 

Broadway C. V. Bryant 2 

Burlington: 

Davis Street D. J. Reid 4 

Associate James Stanford 2 

Faith Christian White 2 

Front Street E. B. Fisher 4 

Grace John Pearsall 1 

St. Paul Rufus Stark 2 

Trinity Norwood L. Jones 4 

Webb Avenue J. K. Bostick 2 

West Burlington W. A. Tew I 

Burlington Circuit J. E. Wood (AS) X 

Carthage R. F. Moore 1 

Center H. T. Wilson 2 

Cobb Circuit H. L. Harris 4 

Fairview E. R. Meekins 1 

Friendship E. E. Whitley 1 

Glendon J. W. Davis (AS) A 

Goldston J. T. Banks 2 

Graham: 

Christ Church C. O. Stewart (AS) 1 

Associate W. L. Maness (RS) 1 

First Church T. J. Whitehead 6 

Haw River Randell Baker 3 

High Tower J. C. Shore (AS) 1 

Leasburg H. H. Hodgins, Jr 2 

Mebane C. H. Mercer 4 

Milton Z. V. Cowan (AS) 1 

Moncure D. C. Boone 2 

Morris Chapel Tracy Maness 1 

Mt. Hermon M. W. Warren 2 

Pittsboro H. S. Garris 2 

Pittsboro Circuit C. C. Capps 3 

Robbins J. C. Chaffin 3 

Robbins Circuit Carl Newton i 

Rock Creek George Johnson 2 

Salem-Chapel W. D. Sabiston, III (AS) 1 

Sanford: 

Jonesboro Heights A. L. Chaplin 1 

Steele Street W. S. Potter 6 

Trinity J. F. Minnis 2 

Sanford Circuit Marvin Gaster 2 

Saxapahaw R. E. Garland 4 

Siler City C. P. Womack 2 

Siler City Circuit O. B. Isenhour (AS) 2 

Silk Hope ' Robert Drew (AS) 1 

Swepsonville K. E. Beane 2 

Whitney Cross J. M. Waggoner 8 

Yanceyville W. W. Bishop 2 

Staff, Editorial Division, General Board of Education, Frank Weir. 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, F. M. Patterson. 

Professor, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, J. L. Allen. 

Missionary to Africa, E. F. Smith. 

Missionary to Brazil, J. W. Goodwin. 

Missionary to Polish People in America, Konstanty Najder. 



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Student, Duke University Graduate School, Harmon L. Smith, Grace Q. C. 
Student, Drew Theological Seminary, Belton Joyner, Siler City: First Church Q. C. 
District Director of Christian Vocations, Norwood L. Jones. 
District Director of Evangelism, Christian White. 
District Director of Golden Cross, E. R. Meekins. 
District Missionary Secretary, D. J. Reid. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, H. S. Garris. 
District Director, Television, Radio, and Film Commission, W. A. Tew. 
District Director of Temperance, J. K. Bostick. 
District Director of Town and Country Work, H. L. Harris. 

Retired: D. A. Clarke, E. R. Clegg, John Cline, J. D. Cranford, W. L. Maness, McD. 
McLamb, R. Z. Newton, W. J. Underwood. 

DURHAM DISTRICT-^52 Charges 

District Superintendent, C. D. Barclift (4) 

Allensville-Trinity G. W. Cooke 1 

Andrews-Soapstone W. R. Spears (AS) 1 

Bahama R. H. Lewis 1 

Bethesda E. R. Porter (AS) 1 

Brooksdale-Brookland Key W. Taylor 2 

Butner R. B. Claytor (AS) 2 

Bynum F. I. Lloyd, Jr. (AS) 2 

Carrboro A. S. Parker 2 

Cedar Grove R. H. Petersen 2 

Chapel Hill: 

Aldersgate A. Kimsey King, Jr. 5 

Amity O. W. Watson 1 

Orange David Kirk 1 

University Church C. S. Hubbard ^ 7 

Creedmoor Morris J. Byers (AS) 4 

Durham: 

Aldersgate T. O. Fulcher 2 

Asbury L. C. Vereen 2 

Bethany J. E. Sponenberg 3 

Branson O. V. Elkins 2 

Calvary J. H. Miller 3 

Carr C. A. Johnson 1 

Duke's Chapel W. C. Wilson 1 

Duke Memorial R. W. Bradshaw 2 

Minister of Education E. C. Shoaf 3 

Epworth Kelly J. Wilson, Jr 3 

Glendale Heights C. Alison Simonton, Jr 1 

Lakewood W. L. Freeman 1 

Maybrook-Massey W. P. Carlson (AS) 2 

McMannen D. E. Earnhardt (RS) 3 

St. John D. M. Sharpe (RS) 1 

St. Paul W. D. Caviness 3 

Trinity M. W. Lawrence 4 

Wellons Village S. D. McMillan, Jr 1 

Efland-Lebanon W. A. Jarrett (AS) 3 

Eno-Palmer's Grove R. G. Harris, Jr. (AS) 1 

Fletcher's Chapel O. H. Ripley, Jr. (AS) 3 

Gray Rock F. R. Randolph 2 

Hillsboro S. T. Kimbrough, Jr. (AS) 2 

Merritts-Ebenezer G. R. Mathis (AS) 1 

Mt. Sylvan P. F. Fendt 1 

Mt. Tirzah Vassar W. Jones (AS) 1 

New Sharon L. H. Schmitz 2 

Orange Circuit Gayle T. Alexander 4 

Oxford J. D. Young 3 

Oxford Circuit P. D. Midgett, III 4 

Person A. M. Williams 4 



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Pleasant Green W. P. Weaver 2 

Rougemont F. E. Berry (AS) 1 

Roxboro: 

Ca-Vel T. E. Jennings (AS) 2 

Grace-Longhurst W. A. Seawell 2 

Long Memorial A. L. Thompson 4 

Stem-Bullock R. W. Leonard (AS) 1 

Union Grove H. E. Riley, Jr. (AS) 1 

Walnut Grove S. E. Stafford (AS) 1 

Assistant Dean, Trinity College, Duke University, Barney L. Jones. 

Associate Director, Pastoral Counseling Center, R. H. Love. 

Associate Director, General Conference Commission on Christian Higher Education, 

D. D. Holt. 
Associate Editor, The Upper Room, B. B. Little. 
Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Students, Duke University Divinity School, 

O. K. Ingram. 
Chaplain, Methodist Students, Duke University, Arthur Brandenburg. 
Chaplain, United States Air Force, B. C. Black. 
Chaplain, United States Army, W. K. Anderson. 
Chaplain, United States Army, A. C. Edens, Jr. 
Chaplain, United States Army, John E. Reed. 
Chaplain, Veterans Administration, W. K. Barrs. 
Conference Director, Camp Activities, W. C. Wilson. 
Dean, Duke University Divinity School, R. E. Cushman. 
Director, Adult Work, Conference Board of Education, H. D. Minor. 
Director, Children's Work, Conference Board of Education, W. G. Brogan. 
Director, Organizational Activities, General Board of Temperance, J. Robert Regan, Jr. 
Director, Pastor Counseling Center, R. L. Dicks. 
Director, Public Relations, Greensboro College, C. R. Cahow. 
Director, Wesley Foundation, University of North Carolina, Robert L. Johnson. 
Director, Youth Work, Conference Board of Education, G. R. McKenzie, Jr. 
Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Education, C. P. Morris. 
In-Service Training, American Foundation of Religion and Psychiatry, E. A. Stevens, 

University Church Q. C. 
Missionary to Brazil, C. B. Dawsey, Jr. 
Missionary to Africa, Willy N. Heggoy. 
Professor, Duke University, D. G. Bradley. 
Professor, Duke University, C. L. Manschreck. 
Professor, Duke University, R. T. Osborn. 
Professor, Duke University, R. H. Sales. 
Professor, Duke University Divinity School, J. J. Rudin, II. 

Professor, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, E. M. Gitlin. 
Research Secretary, Commission on Town and Country Work, M. R. Chambers (Retired). 
Resident Counselor, University of Florida, Joel M. Savell. 
Rotating Internship, Watts Hospital, N. A. Desrosiers, Butner Q. C. 
Staff, Library, Duke University Divinity School, Isawo Tanaka. 
Student, Drew Theological Seminary, G. Paul Carr, Jr., Hillsboro, Q. C. 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, J. R. Hailey, St. John Q. C. 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, L. C. Thompson, Long Memorial Q. C. 
Student, Duke University Graduate School, J. C. Alexander, Jr., Trinity Q. C. 
Superintendent, The Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., J. F. Coble. 
Superintendent, Oxford Masonic Orphanage, A. D. L. Gray. 
Conference Missionary Secretary, M. W. Lawrence. 
District Director of Christian Vocations-, R. W. Bradshaw. 
District Director of Evangelism, C. Alison Simonton, Jr. 
District Director of Golden Cross, Kelly J. Wilson, Jr. 
District Missionary Secretary, L. C. Vereen. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, J. E. Sponenberg. 
District Director, Television, Radio, and Film Commission, A. Kimsey King, Jr. 
District Director of Temperance, A. L. Thompson. 
District Director of Town and Country Work, A. M. Williams. 

Retired: J. P. Bartak, J. J. Boone, M. R. Chambers, E. G. Cowan, K. F. Duval, D. M 
Earnhardt, P. H. Fields, R. N. Fitts, H. I. Glass, L. M. Hall, J. F. Herbert, E. L., 



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Hillman, J. W. Hoyle, H. E. Lance, T. W. Lee, °L. S. Massey, VV. V. McRae, H. E. 
Myers, W. T. Phipps, I. T. Poole, H. B. Porter, D. M. Sharpe, B. B. Slaughter, J. L. 
Smith, H. E. Spence, H. Freo Surratt, C. T. Thrift, A. J. Walton, B. M. Williams. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT— 39 Charges 

District Superintendent, R. L. Jerome (1) 

Uioskie C. J. Andrews 3 

Jath W. B. Gregory 1 

3elhaven L. C. Bissette 1 

Chowan Frank Fortescue (AS) 3 

Columbia H. W. Pearce 1 

Dreswell Rufus M. Smithson (AS) 3 

Currituck D. T. Goodwin 1 

3are C. R. Olson (AS) 1 

identon RE. Fowlkes 1 

Elizabeth City: 

Brite Meadows . Paul E. Moss, Jr. (AS) 2 

City Road G. W. Crutchfield 4 

First V. E. Queen 1 

Riverside J- E. Richardson 1 

Satesville R. N T . Knight 4 

darrellsville W. N. Fulford (AS) 1 

Hfatteras L. R. Sparrow (AS) 4 

Hertford J- A. Auman 4 

Cinnakeet L. A. Shirrell (AS) 1 

Kitty Hawk S. S. Sneed 2 

vlanteo H. F. Leatherman 1 

Vlattamuskeet A. M. Cameron 6 

Vloyock O. S. Williams 1 

Vlu'rfreesboro F. O. Fitzgerald, Jr 3 

Mew Hope-Woodland Dan E. Meadows (AS) 1 

Mewland-Grace N. H. Byrd 1 

Kforth Gates VV. E. Pickett 1 

Dcracoke . VV. W. Clarke, Jr 1 

Pasquotank R. S. Pullman 1 

Perquimans A. N. Gore, Jr. 2 

Pilmore Memorial T. N. White (AS) 1 

Plymouth . . A. D. Byrd, Jr 2 

ioper J. A. Williams (AS) 2 

south Camden B. E. Bingham 2 

South Mills Irving Cook 3 

Swan Quarter Robert Bundy 3 

Union M. L. DeHart, Jr 1 

VVanchese J. M. Carroll (AS) 1 

Washington, First C. G. McCarver 2 

Washington Circuit VV. Everett Eason (AS) 4 

Chaplain, Duke University Hospital, P. W. Aitken. 

District Director of Christian Vocations, H. F. Leatherman. 

District Director of Evangelism, C. G. McCarver. 

District Director of Golden Cross, G. W. Crutchfield. 

District Missionary Secretary, C. J. Andrews. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, A. D. Byrd, Jr. 

District Director, Television, Radio, and Film Commission, R. L. Fowlkes. 

District Director of Temperance, Irving Cook. 

District Director of Town and Country Work, W. Everett Eason. 

Retired: M. O. Fletcher, C. W. Guthrie, G. M. Kelly, P. M. Porter. 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT— 59 Charges 

District Superintendent, M. C. Dunn (1) 

Aberdeen Brooks Patten 1 

Biscoe T- G. White, Jr 1 

Bladen G. A. Davis (AS) 2 

* Deceased 



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Caledonia B. P. Tyson (AS) 1 

Camp Ground R. E. Walston 4 

Candor Douglas Byrd (AS) 3 

Cordova F. L. Jones 1 

Cumberland-St. Andrews p Odell Walker 1 

Ellerbe j. D. Aycock 3 

Fayetteville: 

Calvary- Victory j y Strawbridge 1 

Christ Church j h. Lanning 2 

Culbredr W. P. Lowdermilk 2 

Faymont j. £> j on es (AS) 2 

Gardners • B. H. Parrish 1 

Haymount R. S. Harrison 3 

Hay Street J. W. Page 2 

Johnson Memorial William E. Amon 4 

Lyon Memorial J. C. P. Brown 2 

Person Street W. C. Feltman 2 

St. John John R. Blue 1 

St. Matthew David L. Moe 3 

Salem E. C. Crawford 2 

Wesley Heights R. W. Pritchard 2 

Hamlet: 

Fellowship R. T. Commander 1 ! 

First J. D. A. Autrv 2 

Hope Mills L. A. Watts 4 

Laurel Hill N. P. Edens 4 

Laurinburg H. G. Ruark 7 

Lovejoy-Macedonia Reginald W. Ponder 1 1 

Maxton E. E. Edmonds 3 ; 

Mount Gilead L. C. Larkin 6 

Mount Gilead Circuit D. L. Bilberry (AS) 2 

Norman James W. Hamilton 3 

Old Hundred W. H. Brady (AS) 6 

Parkton C. B. Long 4 

Pekin J. M. Short (AS) 2 | 

Pineblufr W. Jack Martin 2 

Raeford K. R. Wheeler 3 

Red Springs Fred E. Still 3 

Roberdell W. R. Johnson 4 

Rockingham: 

East Rockingham R. H. Caudill 1 

First W. R. Stevens 4 

Glenwood-Trinity W. Hoyt Cheek 2 

Grace Community Max B. Richardson (AS) 6 

Pee Dee George W. Ports, Jr 3 

West Rockingham Holland L. Hale 3 

St. John-Gibson Grady L. Kinley 2| 

St. Pauls A. L. Reynolds 1 , 

Sandhill Circuit W. F. Meacham 1 

South River J. R. Regan . . .~. 3 

Southern Pines R. C. Mooney, Jr 1 

Spring Lake F. J. Duplissey 3 

Star R. D. Ricks, Jr. (AS) 1 

Stedman M. L. Husted 1 

Tabor Walter E. Smith 1 

Troy ' . . J. Paul Edwards 2 

Troy Circuit Danny W. Burttram 1 

Vass T. Fant Steele, Jr 3 

West End A. G. Tyson 1 

Chaplain, United States Army, H. C. Frazer (retired). 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, B. F. Meacham. 

Deaconess, Dir. Christian Ed., Raeford Methodist Church, Miss Ethelynde Ballance. 

Missionary to Costa Rica, Rene O. Bideaux. 

Supernumerary, J. A. Wagnon. 



Journal of Proceedings 115 

Student, University of Chicago, W. Eastwood Atwater, Jr., Maxton Q. C. 

Student, Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem, Robert S. Barefield, Aberdeen Q. C. 

Student, Emory University Graduate School, George P. Chandler, Hay Street Q. C. 

Student, Duke University Divinity School, Charles H. Hutchinson, Roberdell Q. C. 

Student, Wesley Theological Seminary, K. E. Townsend, Calvary-Victory Q. C. 

District Director of Christian Vocations, R. C. Mooney, Jr. 

District Director of Evangelism, J. Paul Edwards. 

District Director of Golden Cross, J. W. Page. 

District Missionary Secretary, W. R. Stevens. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, K. R. Wheeler. 

District Director, Television, Radio, and Film Commission, J. H. Lanning. 

District Director of Temperance, J. C. P. Brown. 

District Director of Town and Country Work, N. P. Edens. 

letired: F. B. Brandenburg, W. H. Brown, Frank Culbreth, W. L. Dawson, H. C. 

Ewing, H. C. Frazer, B. T. Hurley, F. B. Noblitt, J. A. Russell, W. N. Vaughan, 

R. L. Vickery. 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT— 55 Charges 

District Superintendent, H. M. McLamb (6) 

teston-Bethel J- E. Bryant (AS) 1 

:linton: First C. S. Boggs 3 

Grace J. H. Waldrop, Jr 3 

:linton Circuit H. M. Owens, Jr. (AS) 1 

)uplin C. G. Nickens 5 

Sbenezer-Raleigh Highway J. A. Mason (S) 1 

Sureka-Yelverton R. A. McLean 2 

^aison B. R. McCullen (AS) 2 

''ailing Creek-Providence Gordon E. Allen, Jr. (AS) 3 

''armville Allen C. Lee 2 

■our Oaks Earl B. Edwards 3 

Fremont Wallace H. Kirbv 6 

Garland W. M. Ellis 4 

larris-Jerusalem T. C. West, Jr. (AS) 1 

ioldsboro: 

Airboro Samuel L. Wood (AS) 3 

Daniels Memorial E. H. Smotherman 4 

Elm Street-Brogden J. L. Hood (AS) 2 

Jefferson E. L. Earnhardt 2 

New Hope C. R. Hollowell (AS) 1 

Pine Forest George H. Tyson 2 

St. Luke G C. Megill 1 

St. Paul Leon Couch 4 

t Salem Robert M. Poulk (AS) 2 

jOshen-Keener C. W. Wooten 1 

Jarrells J. W. GrifBs, Jr 2 

lookerton-Rainbow W. R. Crowder 6 

nstitute James B. Parvin 3 

ohnston Leonard Mavo (AS) 1 

Cenly-Buckhorn H. F. Pollock 1 

..aGrange Van T. Crawford 3 

.ucama-Breitz Memorial Lovell R. Aills 2 

4aury-Mt. Herman A. E. Brown 3 

4icro-Fellowship C. M. Creech 1 

At. Carmel-Saulston Horace Ferguson (S) 1 

dount Olive, First Dwight L. Fouts 6 

tfount Olive Circuit C. A. Young (AS) 3 

Newton Grove J. C. Martinson (S) 1 

'ikeville E. G. Purcell, Jr 2 

>ine Level J. J. Juren (AS) 3 

5 ink Hill Haywood L. Harrell 3 

'rinceton Samuel E. Landers 3 

*oseboro R. H. Jordan ! . 3 



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Rose Hill D- A. Petty 3 

Salemburg W. O Connor 

Sarecta Russell G. Spence (AS) 4 

Selma . . . M. R. Gardner 4 

Seven Springs J- G. Lupton (AS) 

Smithfield, Centenary Lester A. Tilley 

Snow Hill, Calvary James H. Miller, Jr. 

Stantonsburg E. M. Thompson, Jr 2 

Turkey-Friendship Kenneth E. Wilson (AS) 1 

Wallace A. F. McClung 3 

Walstonburg-Tabernacle A. B. Falls, Jr. (AS) 1 

Warsaw L. T. Wilson (AS) 3 

Wesley J- G. Snipes (AS) 1 

Associate Professor, Consolidated Presbyterian College, Murrell K. Glover. 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, J. P. Rickards. 

Conference Evangelist, Tommy Tyson. 

Director, Leadership Education, General Board of Education, M. E. Cunningham. 

Pastor, Loudonville Community Church, Dennis F. Kinlaw. 

Professor, Central College, C. E. Hix, Jr. 

Supernumerary, C. H. Beale. 

District Director of Christian Vocations, R. H. Jordan. 

District Director of Evangelism, Leon Couch. 

District Director of Golden Cross, G. C. Megill. 

District Missionary Secretary, A. C. Lee. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, L. A. Tilley. 

District Director, Television, Badio, and Film Commission, W. H. Kirby. 

District Director of Temperance, E. L. Earnhardt. 

District Director of Town and Country Work, H. L. Harrell. 

Retired: W. C. Benson, O. C. Melton, G. B. Starling, J. A. Thorpe. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT— 52 Charges 

District Superintendent, A. J. Hobbs (4) 

Asbury R- R- Blankenhorn (AS) 2 

Atlantic ".'. D. M.Lewis 2 

Aurora L. A. Lewis 



L. A. Aitken 1 



Ayden 

Beaufort: Ann Street J- M. Chne 3 

Beaufort Circuit J- E. Smith 2 

Beech Grove E J. Bedsworth 1 

Bridgeton H. H. Cash 3 

Camp Glenn J- P. Mansfield 1 

Dover J- C. Parker (AS) 2 

Greenville: TT 

Jarvis Memorial W. M. Howard, Jr 

St. James C. F Hirschi 1 

Grifton R - !• E pps 4< 

Grimesland • R - E - Thompson (AS) 1 

Harlowe-Oak Grove J- M. Hunter (AS) 1 

Havelock: 

Cherrv Point R - L. Crossno 

Pi rst ' C. D. Brown 2 

Hubert -."".. R- M. Gradeless 2 

Jacksonville: 

Northwoods J- s - Epperson 2] 

Trinity T - R - Jenkins 4 

Kinston: 

Queen Street T. M. Vick, Jr 

St. John J- C. Staton 2 

St. Mark R. ?. Pate | 

Westminster H. L. Watson 4 

Kinston Circuit P- C. Yelverton 2; 

Marshallberg J- O. Jernigan 1 



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Vlaysville J- T. Smith 1 

Midway-Bethlehem J. F. Casey (AS) ■ I 

Morehead City: 

Pi rs t B. L. Davidson 1 

Assistant V. N. Moore 1 

Franklin Memorial . S. S. Moore (AS) 6 

New Bern: 

Centenary J W. Lineberger 3 

Garber L. A. Dillman 1 

Riverside J. P. Pegg 4 

Trinity R- F. McKee 2 

Newport R. L. Fleming, Jr. . . 4 

Oriental L. A. Greene 3 

Pollocksville J. A. Cooper (AS) . 1 

Richlands W. B. Cotton . . 4 

Riehlands Circuit . . H. G. Quigley 3 

Salem A. S. Lancaster 2 

Salter Path J. T. Fisher (AS) 5 

Sea Level T. W. Lineberger, Jr. (S) 1 

Shady Grove L. C. Swink (AS) 1 

Stonewall |. H. Bryant (AS) 2 

Straits C. Ray West (AS) 1 

Swansboro E. R. Shuller 4 

Trenton W. N. Bass 1 

Vanceboro H. B. Jones (AS) 3 

Vanceboro Circuit A. C. Reagan (AS) . . 1 

Williston-Smyrna D. M. Tyson 5 

Woodington-Webb . . Trade Varnum (AS) 4 

Director of Field Work, Commission on Town and Country Work, Roy L. Turnage, Jr. 

Chaplain, United States Navy, M. O. Stephenson. 

Deaconess and Director, Methodist Student Center, Fast Carolina College, Mamiej 

Chandler. 
Professor, Scarritt College, James II. Warren. 

Student, Duke University Divinity School, Robert II. Gibbons, Jr., St. James Q. C. 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, Wilbur Jackson, Ayden, Q. C. 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, Harold F. Linninger, Centenary Q. C. 
Student, Princeton Univ. Graduate School, J. Rodney Fulcher, Jarvis Memorial Q. C. 
Conference Secretary of Town and Countrj Work, R. I. Epps. 
District Director of Christian Vocations, J. M. Cline. 
District Director of Evangelism, H. L. Watson. 
District Director of Golden Cross, J. W. Lineberger. 
District Missionary Secretary, R. L. Crossno. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, T. M. Vick, Jr. 
District Director, Television, Radio, and Film Commission, C. F. Hirschi. 
District Director of Temperance, W. B. Cotton. 
District Director of Town and Country Work, R. B. Pate. 
Retired: W. R. Hale. W. G. Lowe, I. S. Richmond. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT— 60 Charges 

District Superintendent, Graham S. Eubank (2) 

Angier J. D. Stott 2 

Apex H. B. Johnson 2 

Bailey H. M. Jamieson 3 

Benson W. E. Howard 1 

iBethlehem-Shady Grove M. S. Amspacker (AS) 

Gary H. B. Lewis 1 

.Clayton J. M. Owen, III 1 

Coats L. H. Morgan (AS) 2 

Dunn B. D. Critcher 3 

Ebenezer H. B. Baum 1 

Brwin K. B. Sexton 2 

'Franklin R. P. Vinson (AS) 1 



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Franklinton W. A. Crow 1 

Fuquay Springs J. R. Poe 4 

Gamer J. L. Joyce 2 

Garner Circuit C. E. Sparks 4 

Gillburg Donald Funderburk (AS) 1 

Harris Chapel J. M. Lewis 1 

Henderson: 

City Road T. M. Rliiner (AS) 1 

First Church W. B. Petteway 2 ! 

White Memorial-Wesley C. L. Warren 11 

Holly Springs •. . A. E. Long (AS) 2 ! 

Kipling-Cokesbury M. C. Henderson 11 

Knightdale R W. Harrington (AS) 1! 

Lillington W. G. Wegwart 3 S 

Louisburg H. S. Winberry 3 > 

Louisburg Circuit Merrill Perkins (AS) 2 ! 

Macedonia Paul B. Scott 2 : 

Macon L. W. Ross 2 ! 

Mamers T. H. House 4] 

Middleburg Richard Braunstein 1- 

Millbrook ; ! R. H. Hodge 1 

Mount Pleasant R. D. Wood 2 

Norlina C. E. Vale II 

Pleasant Grove R. C. Summey (AS) 2 

Raleigh: 

Asbury W. S. Jones 1 

Edenton Street H. P. Powell 13i 

Associate Vernon C. Tyson 1 

Fairmont N. W. Grant 2 

Hayes Barton W. L. Clegg 4 

Highland A. F. Fisher 1 

Jenkins Memorial C. W. Courtoy (AS) 1 

Layden Memorial . . J- C. Glass, Jr 3i 

Longview Gardens J- T. Maides 2 

St. Mark's H. A. Bizzell, Jr 4 

Trinity R. E. L. Moser 2 

Wesley Memorial ' G. W. Blount 3J 

Westover R. H. Eason 1 

Wynnewood Park J- H. Crum 4 

Rehobeth . . . Sinclair E. Lewis (AS) lj 

Spring Hill [.[ L. R. Frierson (AS) 2 

Tabernacle Milton Mann 1 

Tar River Charles E. Owen 1 

Trinity (Franklin County) ". J. M. Benfield (AS) 1 

Union Chapel Carl Calloway lj 

Vance [[[][ Kenneth E. Halcott (S) 1 

Wake Forest-Youngsville L. C. Brothers 3 

Warren W. A. Beeker (S) l! 

Warrenton: Wesley Memorial T. J. Barrett 1 

Wendell H. L. Rogers B 

Zebulon W. K. Quick 1 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, C. C. Caudill. 

Crusade Director, Department of Field Service, Division of National Missions, F. D. 

Hedden. 
Conference Director of Evangelism, H. K. King. 
Director of Public Relations, High Point College, G. H. Whicker. 
Director of Public Relations, Pfeiffer College, G. Nelson Moore. 
Executive Director, Commission on Higher Education, Paul Carruth. 
Executive Director, Conference Board of Missions, O. L. Hathaway. 
Missionary to Southeast Asia, C. H. Dunn. 
President, Louisburg College, C. W. Robbins. 
Professor, Dartmouth College, Robin J. Scroggs. 
Professor, Louisburg College, C. Wade Goldston. 
Professor, Louisburg College, W. N. McDonald. 



Journal of Proceedings 119 

Professor, Lambuth College, J. H. Overton, Jr. 

Professor, Pacific School of Religion, C. S. McCoy. 

Student, Candler School of Theology, Emory Univ,, Elbert Russell Stott, Angier. Q.C. 

Superintendent, Methodist Home for Children, R. L. Nicks. 

District Director of Christian Vocations, T. J. Barrett. 

District Secretary of Evangelism, J. T. Maides. 

District Director of Golden Cross, N. W. Grant. 

District Missionary Secretary, R. E. L. Moser. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, A. F. Fisher. 

District Director of Temperance, H. L. Rogers. 

District Director of Town and Country Work, W. E. Howard. 

District Director, Television, Radio, and Film Commission, W. K. Quick. 

Retired: A. S. Barnes, J. W. Bradley, W. A. Cade, J. W. Dimmett, E. D. Dodd, E. C. 
Durham, W. G. Farrar, E. M. Hall, J. C. Harmon, R. L. Hethcox, J. B. Hurley, 
H. C. Jones, J. O. Long, F. S. Love, E. C. Maness, W. C. Martin, B. O. Merritt, 
R. F. Munns. 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT— 50 Charges 

District Superintendent, Walter C. Ball (4) 

Aulander E. H. Measamer 2 

Battleboro J. Q. Galloway (AS) 2 

Bethel C. W. Barbee 2 

Calvary Arthur Winstead (AS) 2 

Conway Carl K. Wright 4 

Elm City James H. Bailey 4 

Enfield D. W. Charlton 2 

Evansdale-Black Creek J. B. Speight 2 

Gaston G. C. Xinlaw 2 

Halifax W. F. Medlin 1 

Hawkins-Tabor M W. Dulin 2 

Hobgood Harold Jones 3 

Homes-Mount Zion E. L. Roach 1 

Jamesville H. F. Crawley (AS) 1 

Littleton H. R. Ashmore 1 

Nash Wade Mullikin (AS) 2 

Nashville Ben F. Musser 4 

Northampton D. D. Traynham 6 

Pinetops R. L. Baldridge 1 

Red Oak J. H. White (AS) 1 

Rich Square Vance Lewis 1 

Roanoke H. N. Ward 2 

Roanoke Rapids: 

First W. J. Neese 1 

Rosemary L. L. Parrish 7 

Robersonville N. B. Hill, Jr 4 

Rocky Mount: 

Clark Street W. S. Davenport (AS) 1 

Englewood M. D. Tyson 3 

First Leon Russell 7 

Marvin A. L. G. Stephenson 3 

St. Paul J. H. Sutton, Jr 1 

Sandy Cross C. R. Breedin 3 

Scotland Neck W. W. Sherman, Jr 1 

Seaboard C. M. Mitchell 2 

Smith Arnold Pope 3 

Spring Church-Garysburg Don L. Harris (AS) 3 

Spring Hope Eugene Tisdale 3 

Stokes Paul Callahan (AS) 1 

Tarboro : 

I [art-Speight J. E. Sutton (AS) 1 

St. James R. S. Brodie 1 

Temperance Hall J. J. Grimes (AS) 1 



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Weldon P. F. Newton 4 

Wesley Memorial J. D. Long 13 

West Halifax Thomas Smith (AS) 1 

Whitakers W. M. Jeffries l! 

Williamston S. G. Boone lj 

Wilson: 

First R. G. Dawson 2 

Winstead A. H. Stone 3 

West Nash L. P. Jackson I 

Windsor C. H. Mewborn 6 

Woodland . Robert L. Moore (AS) 2 

Chaplain, Veterans Administration, J. E. Rogers. 

Director, Wesley Foundation, Appalachian State Teachers College, Robert S. Gibson. 

Missionary to Brazil, J. W. Garrison. 

President, North Carolina Wesleyan College, T. A. Collins. 

Professor, Florida State University, J. T. Greene. 

Staff Consultant, Department Religious Liberty, National Council of the Churches of 

Christ in the United States of America, C. D. Nelson. 
Supernumerary, Claude L. Barrett. 

District Director of Christian Vocations, R. Grady Dawson. 
District Director of Evangelism, L. L. Parrish. 
District Director of Golden Cross, Ben F. Musser. 
District Missionary Secretary, Leon Russell. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, H. L. Swain. 
District Director, Television, Radio, and Film Commission, S. G. Boone. 
District Director of Temperance, Vance Lewis. 
District Director of Town and Countrv Work, N. B. Hill, Jr. 
Retired: W. F. Elliott, H. L. Hendricks, Paul R. Maness, C. T. Rogers, M. Y. Self. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT— 52 Charges 

District Superintendent, J. E. Garlington (4) 

Ashpole D. F. Lowry 3 

Bethesda A. R. Folds 1 

Bolivia: Bethel Jack Fulghum 1 

Bolton C B. Hicks (AS) 1 

Burgaw C. F. Grill I 

Carolina Beach C D. Roettger 1 

Carvers Creek W. C. Teachey | 

Cerro Gordo-Olivet Edward Coleman I 

Chadboum Auburn W. Lore 1 

Clarkton L. D. Sproull 1 

Concord-Evergreen Gerald Vaiden, Jr 8 

Council James Starnes 1 

Dublin Paul W. Boone 2 

Elizabethtown H. L. Davis § 

Fair Bluff H. Fred Davis 6 

Fairmont M. W. Maness 2 

Fairview-Pleasant Grove Harvey Lowry (AS) 2 

Hallsboro W. T. Greene % 

Lake Waccamaw Neil Thompson 5 

Lumberton: 

Asbury , . . R. C. Hamilton, Jr. (AS) 2 

Chestnut Street T. B. Hough I 

Lumberton Circuit L. A. Phillips 

Old Dock E. V. Dunn (AS) 2 

Pembroke Circuit Travis Owen (AS) 1 

Pembroke: First Robert Mangum 

Prospect S. F. Cummings 1 

Riegelwood: Wesley Wesley Noble (AS) 

Rocky Point E. P. Osteen 1 

Rowland J. H. Parrish I 

Sandy Plains Jakie Locklear (AS) I 



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Butt's Hill W. C. Lewis (AS) 3 

Shallotte: Camp H. A. Phillips, Jr. . ... 3 

Shallotte Circuit W. R. King (AS) . . . . 3 

Snead's Ferry John Pfister 3 

Southport L. J. Bridges 3 

Tabor City P. H. Layfield 2 

Town Creek Charles F. Eakin 2 

Trinity (Bladen County) W. J. Freeman (RS) 1 

Verona James Rush 1 

Waccamaw E. P. Armstrong 2 

Whiteville P. O. Lee 4 

ghiteville Circuit W. D. Wise 1 

Wilmington: 

Devon Park Howard Porter (AS) 1 

Epworth Jack Newsome 3 

Fifth Avenue R. L. Bame 1 

Grace J. V. Early 4 

Sunset Park S. J. Starnes 4 

Trinity C. Freeman Heath 1 

Wesley Memorial A. P. Hill, Jr 2 

Wrightsboro Allen Wentz, Jr 2 

Wrightsville Paul C. Browning 3 

Yaupon Village . L. D. Hayman (RS) 3 

Chaplain, United States Army, W. B. Starnes. 
Missionary to Africa, Paul Bunn. 
Missionary to Puerto Rico, W. R. Garrard. 
State Director, Methodist Student Work, W. M. Wells, Jr. 
District Director of Christian Vocations, C. F. Grill. 
District Director of Evangelism, Paul C. Browning. 
District Director of Golden Cross, S. J. Starnes. 
District Missionary Secretary, A. P. Hill, Jr. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, 11. L. Davis. 
District Director, Television, Radio, and Film Commission, E. P. Osteen. 
District Director of Temperance, Paul W. Boone. 
District Director of Town and Country Work, J. H. Parrish. 

Retired: W. J. Freeman, L. D. Hayman, D. F. Lowry, F. R. Lowry, W. L. Loy, R. D. 
Wellons. 

CHANGES IN APPOINTMENTS BETWEEN SESSIONS — 1958-59 
Burlington District 

Vernon Tyson, pastor of Goldston Charge, was appointed assistant pastor of Eden- 
ton Street Church, Raleigh, September 1, 1958. 

J. T. Banks, approved supply, was appointed to Goldston Charge, September 1, 
1958. 

W. L. Maness, retired supply, was appointed to Graham: Christ Church, (to or- 
ganize a new church), January 1, 1959. 

Durham District 

Paul H. Wragg, pastor of Brooksdale-Brookland Charge, transferred to the Florida 
Conference, October 1, 1958. 

H. E. Myers, retired, was appointed to Brooksdale-Brookland Charge, for a period 
of three months, October 1, 1958. 

Key W. Taylor, pastor of Chapel Hill Circuit, was appointed to Brooksdale-Brook- 
land Charge, January 1, 1959. 

J. C. Alexander, Jr., was appointed to Chapel Hill: Orange Church (one of the two 
churches that composed the Chapel Hill Circuit, which was divided as of October 1, 
1958), October 1, 1958. 

George A. Tanner was appointed to Union Grove Church (one of the two churches 
that composed the Chapel Hill Circuit, which was divided as of October 1, 1958), Oc- 



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tober 1, 1958, thus making him pastor of Union Grove Church in addition to Cedar 
Grove Church (Chatham County), to which he was appointed at the 1958 Conference. 

Fayetteville District 

Danny W. Burttram, approved supply, was appointed to Troy Circuit to replace 
Charles H. Hutchinson, who gave up his work to attend Duke University Divinity 
School, September 1, 1958. 

Joseph A. Wagnon, pastor of Biscoe Charge, was relieved of his appointment at his 
own request, November 1, 1958, and J. A. Russell, retired, was appointed to serve 
through December 31, 1958. 

The following appointments were made effective as of January 1, 1959: Biscoe, H. L. 
Rogers; Cordova, Foster L. Jones; Cumberland-St. Andrews, F. Odell Walker; and 
Love Joy-Macedonia, Reginald W. Ponder. 

Goldsboro District 

Kenneth E. Wilson was appointed to Turkey, succeeding Earl Sutton, September 1, 
1958. 

New Bern District 

C. Ray West, supply, was appointed to Straits Charge, August 1, 1958. 

Lionel C. Swink was appointed to Shady Grove Charge, succeeding John D. Vernel- 
son, January 1, 1959. 

Raleigh District 

Wesley S. Jones was appointed to Raleigh: Asbury (to organize a new church in a 
north Raleigh community), March 1, 1959. 

Wilmington District 

James Starnes was appointed to Concord, replacing Robert Streetman, October 1, 
1958. 

Oscar Cummings was appointed to Philadelphus (to organize a new church), Sep- 
tember 1, 1958. 

Gerald Vaiden, Jr., was appointed to Concord, replacing James Starnes, who en- 
tered the United States Army, April 1, 1959. 

Glenn Helms was appointed to Shallotte; Camp, replacing W. B. Starnes who en- 
tered the United States Army Chaplaincy, January 1, 1959. 

D. F. Lowry, retired supply, was appointed to Collins Chapel (to organize a new 
church), May 1, 1959. 

CHANGES IN BOUNDARIES: DISTRICT AND CHARGE 

Burlington District 

Divide Broadway Charge, composed of Broadway Church and Morris Chapel 
Church, making each church a station. 

Take Bethel Church from the Leasburg Charge (composed of Bethel, Leasburg, 
and Salem Churches) and place it with Union Church and Hebron Church, thus form- 
ing a new charge to be called Hightower, and thus dissolving the Union-Hebron 
Charge. Leasburg Church and Salem Church will continue as the Leasburg Charge. 

Enroll a new congregation in Graham to be called Christ Church. 

Durham District 

Chapel Hill Circuit, composed of Orange Chmch and Union Grove Church, was 
divided October 1, 1958, each church becoming a station to be called Chapel Hill: 
Orange Charge and Union Grove Charge, thus dissolving Chapel Hill Circuit. 



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Place Cedar Grove Church (Chatham County), a station, on the Union Grove 
charge, thus making a two point charge to be called Union Grove. 

Enroll a new congregation in Durham to be called Glendale Heights. 

Elizabeth City District 

Divide Moyock Charge, composed of Moyock Church and Pilmore Memorial Church, 
naking each church a station. 

Fayetteville District 

A new congregation called St. John was enrolled November 2, 1958 in the com- 
munities of Bonnie Doone and Kornbow (formerly listed as Bonnie Doone). 

Take Tabor Church from South River Charge (composed of Bethabara, Bethany, 
Halls, and Tabor Churches ) and make it a station. 

Divide Biscoe Charge, composed of Biscoe Church and Star Church, making each 
church a station. 

Goldsboro District 

Take New Hope Church from New Hope Circuit and make it a station. 

Take Ebenezer Church and Raleigh-Highway Church from New Hope Circuit and 
form a two point charge to be called Ebenezer-Raleigh Highway, thus dissolving the 
New Hope Circuit. 

Take Mt. Carmel Church from Wayne Charge and Saulston Church from Goldsboro 
Circuit and form a two point charge to be called Mt. Carmel-Saulston. 

Take Garris Chapel Church and Jerusalem Church from Goldsboro Circuit and 
form a two point charge to be called Garris- Jerusalem. 

Take Elm Street Church and Brogden Church from Goldsboro: Wayne Charge 
and form a two point charge to be called Elm Street-Brogden, thus dissolving the 
Goldsboro Circuit and Goldsboro: Wayne Charge. 

Transfer the Bladen Charge from the Goldsboro District to the Fayetteville District. 

New Bern District 
Enroll a new congregation in the country club area of New Bern to be called Garber 
Church. 

Place the newly organized church in Beulaville on Richlands Circuit. 
Transfer the Ocracoke Charge from the New Bern District to the Elizabeth City 
District. 

Raleigh District 

Enroll a new congregation in Raleigh to be called Asbury. 

Take Rehobeth Church from Granville Charge and make it a station. 

Take Union Chapel Church from Granville Charge and make it a station, thus dis- 
solving Granville Charge. 

Take Trinity Church from Tar River Charge and make it a station to be called 
Trinity (Franklin County). 

Take Ebenezer Church from Tar River Charge and Piney Grove Church from Piney 
Grove-Mt. Carmel Charge and form a two point charge to be called Franklin. 

Take Gillburg Church from Vance Charge and Mt. Carmel Church from Piney 
Grove-Mt. Carmel Charge and form a two point charge to be called Gillburg, thus 
dissolving the Piney Grove-Mt. Carmel Charge. 

Take Harris Chapel Church from Vance Charge and make it a station. 

Take Bethlehem Church and Shady Grove Church from Warren Charge and form 
a two point charge to be called Bethlehem-Shady Grove. 

Take Shocco Church from Middleburg Charge and place on Warren Charge. 
Take Tabernacle Church from Middleburg Charge and make it a station. 



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Rocky Mount District 

Enroll a new congregation in Wilson to be called West Nash. 
Take Central Cross Church from the Enfield Charge and place on West Halifax 
Charge, thus making Enfield Church a station. 

Wilmington District 

Place Collins Chapel, a new church, with Ashpole Church uius forming Ashpole 
Circuit. 

Take Weyman Church from Carvers Creek Charge and place on Bolton Charge. 

Take Concord Church and Evergreen Church and form a two point charge to b& 
called Concord-Evergreen. 

Take Hickory Grove Church from Fairview-Hickory Grove Charge and place with! 
Sandy Plains Church, thus forming a two point charge to be called Sandy Plains. 

Take Fairview Church from Fairview-Hickory Grove Charge and place with Pleas- 
ant Grove Church, thus forming a two point charge to be called Fairview-Hickory 
Grove. 

Place Philadelphus, a new church, with Prospect Church, thus forming a two poim 
charge to be called Prospect. 

Take Trinity Chinch from Carvers Creek Charge and make it a station to be called 
Trinity (Bladen County). 



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In Memoriam 






1958-1959 






MINISTERS 




Name 


Birth-Death Dates 


Memoirs by 


W. Carlisle Walton, Jr. 


Feb. 7, 1918-Feb. 4, 1959 


Thomas A. Collins 


Benjamin F. Boone 


Mar. 2, 1889-Mar. 5, 1959 


D. E. Earnhardt 


Harold Glenn Cuthrell 


May 18, 1908-April 3, 1959 
MINISTERS' WIVES 


W. J. Bundy 


Mrs. J. M. Rice 


Sept. 22, 1875-July 13, 1958 


L. C. Vereen 


Mrs. H. S. B. Thompson 


Aug. 5, 1880-Aug. 5, 1958 


Mrs. Merle Davidsor 


Mrs. J. M. Culbreth 


Nov. 3, 1871-Sept. 30, 1958 


George B. Culbreth 


Mrs. C. T. Rogers, Sr. 


Feb. 11, 1881-Oct. 22, 1958 


W. Carleton Wilson 


Mks. V. A. Royal 


May 12, 1867-Jan. 18, 1959 


B. L. Davidson 


Mrs. D. R. Williams 


May 8, 1869-Feb. 14, 1959 


T. J. Whitehead 


Mks. E. L. Stack 


July 23, 1879-Feb. 14, 1959 


H. E. Spence 


"The righteous live f 


never, and the care of them i 


- with the Lord" 







CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON MEMOIRS 

W. Carleton Wilson, Chairman; Bishop Paul N. Garber, Allen P. Brantley, 

Chancie D. Barclift, C. Freeman Heath, Offie L. Hathaway, 

Howard M. McLamb, A. Jarvis Hobbs, Graham S. Eubank, 

Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington 



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ORDER OF MEMORIAL SERVICE 

Bishop Paul N. Garber, Presiding 

The Organ Prelude— "Dreams" McAmis 

Hymn No. 164— "All Hail The Power of Jesus' Name" Perronet 



The Prayer The Reverend A. L. Thompson 

Pastor, Long Memorial Methodist Church 
Roxboro, North Carolina 



Quartet— "For All the Saints Who from Their Labors Rest" . . Wm. H. How 

(Robert Poulk, Ray West, Richard Blankenhorn, Lewis Dillman) 



Roll Call of Our Honored Dead The Conference Secretary 

Ministers who have died during the year 
Ministers' wives who have died during the year 



The Memorial Address— "Our Most Precious Memories" 

The Reverend L. C. Larkin 

Pastor, Mount Gilead Methodist Church 

Mount Gilead, North Carolina 



Hymn No. 69-"How Gentle God's Commands" Doddridge 



Benediction Dr. Joyce V. Early 

Pastor, Grace Methodist Church 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



The Organ PosTLUDE-'Marche" Schreinet 




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WILLIAM CARLISLE WALTON, JR. 

1918-1959 

William Carlisle Walton, Jr., was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Carlisle Walton, 
Sr., on February 7, 1918 in Memphis, Tennessee. He attended public schools in Illi- 
nois and New Jersey before entering Bob Jones College. He was graduated from Mary- 
ville College in Tennessee. 

Carl was married to Mary Jane Person of Atlanta, 
Georgia. They have four children: Patsy, born Febru- 
ary 4, 1949; Pamela, born August 13, 1952; William, 
born July 18, 1954; and Lee, born on April 24, 1957. 
While serving as a Personnel Officer with Western 
Electric, he was called into government service, and 
became a weather officer. During World War II, he 
spent a major portion of his four years in Assam, India, 
as a meterologist, and was a Major in the Air Force 
Reserve at the time of his death. 

He returned to his position with Western Electric, 
and while there felt called to the Methodist ministry, 
and became the first person ever licensed to preach 
from the South Orange Methodist Church. He enrolled 
at Duke Divinity School in the fall of 1947, and was 
graduated in 1951. 

Carl served the Apex, Holly Springs and Macedonia 
Methodist Churches while at Duke Divinity School. He came to Raleigh to organize 
Longview Methodist Church where he served for six years. 

In the spring of 1958 he was employed by the Television, Radio and Film Com- 
nission of The Methodist Church as the Director of Television Ministry for all of 
Methodism; with headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. While flying to a conference in 
^Jew York City, he met his death in an air crash near LaGuardia Airport on the morn- 
ing of February 4, 1959. Interment was in Montlawn Cemetery, Raleigh, North 
Carolina. 

On his last birthday, John Wesley sang one of his favorite hymns, "Lord, in the 
.trength of grace, with a glad heart and free; Myself, my residue of days I consecrate 

Thee; Thy ransomed servant I, restore to Thee Thine own; from this moment live 
>r die, to serve my God alone." 

While this should represent the basic desire of every Christian, we were able to see 
his desire exemplified in the dedication of Carl Walton. 

Faithfully he witnessed to the Lord he loved. He answered the call to the ministry 
mer he had served his country with distinction, after he had carved a place of sig- 
nificance in the business world. 

After his ordination he began to build. Laboriously but with joy, he built, brick 
ipon brick, life on life, plan on plan. He worked tirelessly for long hours to counsel, 
vitness, pray, and strengthen family ties; to create in men and women the recognition 
;>f God in human life. 

Impressively he loved his family and large circle of friends. He cherished the 
noments they could share together. He boasted with love and affection of the leader- 
hip of his parents in the great church both loved. As a worthy son should, he treasured 
[heir advice and example. 

No man could speak more highly than he of the beauty, the talent, or the love he 
ound in his wife and four lovely children. For him, home was undiluted joy. 

Few men have had the opportunity to win the deep and abiding friendship of so 
nany as Carl. All of us have been strengthened by the realization in this trying hour 
»f the many who respond to the friendship they have known. 

1 Friends and family, all are richer because Carl Walton lived. Triteness does not 



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limit the truth of this declaration ... to this our lives attest. These riches nothing can I 
take away. 

Early in Ins ministry he saw the broadened horizons possible through the use of 
the Audio-Visual method in religious education. He became a pioneer in this confer- 
ence in die use of the visual method. This talent and devotion was recognized and he 
sought to share God's solution to all life's problems on the broader front of the nation's 
home television screens. 

We quote from a letter by Dr. Harry Spencer, "In the midst of this inexpressible 
sorrow, which seems beyond our ability to bear, we are proud of the privilege we have I 
had of working with men such as Royer, Bill and Carl. They had heard Christ call 
them to special service and they laid down their lives following their Master. We have 
faith that their heroic sacrifices may bear fruit in the lives of millions who have been 
touched by their work and that in God's wisdom and care we may meet again in the 
place He has prepared for us." 

To him God was real, die things of the spirit were the realities of life, to walk as in 
the presence of and under the leadership of God was the natural walk for one who 
recognized his relationship as a Child of God. 

Carl did not seek recognition of his accomplishments. He had no aspirations to great- 
ness. He sought to make all men recognize the greatness that was inherent in becoming 
Sons of God. 

"To love someone more dearly every day 
To help a wandring child to find his way, 
To ponder o'er a noble thought and pray, 
And smile when evening falls; 
This was his task. 

"To follow trutii as blind men long for light, 
To do his best from dawn of day till night, 
To keep his heart fit for His holy sight, 
And answer when He called. 
This was his task. 

"And then his Saviour by and by to meet, 
When faith hath made his task on earth complete, 
And lay 'his homage at his Master's feet, 
Within those hallowed halls; 
This crowns his task!" 

THOMAS A. COLLINS 



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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BOONE 

1889-1959 

Benjamin Franklin Boone was born to James William and Rebecca Copeland Boone 
>n March 2, 1889, at the homeplace in Northampton County, two miles from Jackson. 
ie received his education in the public schools of that county and at Trinity College 
(now Duke University) in Durham. He joined the Rehe- 
both Methodist Church at an early age and felt the call 
to the ministry while in his early teens. While a high 
school student at Rich Square, Ben was looked upon as 
the chaplain of the student body. In his senior year he 
was called on to preach the commencement sermon for 
his own graduating class. 



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Ben was married to Miss Laura Edwards of Roxboro, 
i |f***, f> North Carolina, on November 30, L916. For forty years 

they worked together, not only in the local church, but 
j§ *"«%$& in the conference camps and assemblies. They were 

<***| affectionately known as "Ma and Pa Boone" to thous- 

ands of young people throughout eastern North Carolina. 

ij I Ben joined the North Carolina Conference of the 

Methodist Church in 1916 at the Durham session, pre- 
sided over by Bishop John C. Kilgo. Me was ordained 
a deacon in 1918, and in 1920 he was ordained an 
elder and received into full connection at the Rocky 
Mount Conference. He held his first pastorate in Mebane and finished his ministry 
: orty years later in Pikeville. His appointments included Mebane, Windsor, \Vhitakers, 
Pinetops, Pasquotank, East Rockingham, Cary. Zebulon, Fairmont, Jonesboro Heights, 
>t. Pauls, Hookerton, and Pikeville. 

Ben possessed many of the finer qualities of the Quaker religion as exemplified in 
he life of his grandfather, Edwin Copeland, a Quaker minister of Northampton County. 
tie was a man of exceptional disposition, and his consideration of the feelings of others 
ivas an outstanding quality of his life. Ben's ministry, although all-inclusive, was es- 
pecially to the neglected and underprivileged, the sick and afflicted. His gentleness and 
endemess won him a place in the hearts of his people. His genuine concern and deep 
ove for all was the focal point of his preaching and his pastoral ministry. 

After serving his Lord and the Church for many years. Ben and Laura returned 
:o Fairmont where they had spent five years serving Trinity Church. They built a 
ovely home on Floyd Street and settled down to a well-earned and well-deserved 
'est. From this home, Ben went to his Father's Home, just as quietly and beautifully 
is lie had lived, on March 5, 1959, three days after his seventieth birthday. 

Funeral services were held from Trinity Church in Fairmont on March 7, con- 
ducted by the pastor, The Reverend M. W. Maness, assisted by The Reverend D. D. 
Iraynham of Jackson, and the writer. The body was laid to rest in Floyd Memorial 
Cemetery in Fairmont. 

Ben is survived by his wife; his four brothers, The Reverend J.J. Boone of Durham, 
William A., D. L., and John E. of Jackson; and two sisters, Mrs. (Catherine B. Jones 
oi Creeds, Virginia, and Mrs. C. G. Hall of Durham. 

D. E. EARNHARDT 



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HAROLD GLENN CUTHRELL 

1908-1959 

On Friday, April 3, 1959, Reverend Harold Glenn Cuthrell was called to his 
heavenly reward by his Lord and Master in Whom he had so much faith, and Whom he 
served so well. 

It is better so. I saw him at his home one month 
before his passing. Internal cancer was rapidly ravag- 
ing his weakened body. Now he is at rest in that house 
not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. 

Harold Cuthrell was born in Aurora on May 18, 1908, 
the son of Peter and Lena Hooker Cuthrell, and leaves 
surviving, his wife, the former Mary Decie Luther of 
Apex; a son, Glenn; and three sisters: Mrs. A. E. Brown 
and Miss Nellie Cuthrell of Maury, and Mrs. Robert 
Gradeless of Hubert. 

I had die privilege one year in Bethel, where his 
mother was then residing, of teaching him English in 
high school. I soon discovered the brilliance of mind 
and speech that characterized him in manhood. He 
later attended Duke University, and received his minis- 
terial education at Emory University, entering the min- 
istry in 1942. 

He filled two pastorates: in Marshallburg and in 
Maxton, in both of which his people loved him for the good man that he was. He had 
come to be considered one of the most outstanding of the younger ministers of the 
Conference, and die road of service in the ministry looked most promising, when in 
1951 an operation on his throat for a malignancy brought to a close his ministry in the 
church and his many other speaking activities, especially in Masonry, to which he had 
given much time and attention. 

During the few years of his activitiy in Masonry prior to 1951 he became known 
over the state as a foremost orator. His address as Grand Orator to the Grand Lodge, 
to which office I appointed him when I became Grand Master in 1946 still and will 
long be remembered by those who heard it as masterful and classic, a dung of beauty; 
and men will for a long time speak of it to their sons. Men sat in silence, in wonder 
and in pride to hear this young man so eloquentiy speak on the eternal verities of 
Masonry and religion, calling them back to the faith of their fadiers and die challenge 
of this day. I read this address again last night, in tribute to my friend and brother as 
a truly great orator, and to draw inspiration therefrom. 

One of the most beautiful of his orations was that delivered at die dedication of the 
Masonic Temple in Greenville in 1947, at which time he so accurately and vividly 
described King Solomon's Temple that his hearers could not only see it but could 
feel themselves in it. 

His work in Scottish Rite Masonry was recognized in October, 1949 when he was 
elected to receive the investiture of the rank and decoration of Knight Commander of 
the Court of Honor for meritorious service to Masonry and to mankind. He was the 
active candidate, and so feelingly and beautifully responded that men remember it to 
this day. 

What a bright future this good man had before him. In 1951 he lost die one thing 
by which he was best known and by which he so well served, his golden voice, which 
so eloquently spoke the noble thoughts of a great intellect and a great soul. His like 
will not soon be seen and heard again. And his words were not merely as the sounding 
brass and tinkling cymbal, for he had love, in a great quantity, and this made his 
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I saw him in the hospital two days after his throat operation in 1951; I never saw 
nore despondent man, even as you and I would have been. But not for long. Instead 
wallowing in the slough of despondency, and giving up, out of a faith die like of 
ich I have not again seen, he threw off this feeling of frustration and despair, and 
'er lost faith in his Lord and Master. He learned to speak all over again, and was 
e to and did fill preaching and speaking engagements from time to time, although 

able to continue as the regular pastor of a church, until shortly before his last 
ess. He wrote for Masonic and Church publications, and wrote speeches for others, 

a time edited a paper, operated a newsstand and bookshop, always giving voice to 
I proof of his great and abiding faith in his God. This faith which so well describes 

man he often gave expression to in Whittier's poem which ends: 

"I know not where Ins islands lift 
Their fronded palms in air; 
I only know I cannot drift 
Beyond His love and care." 

How beautifully he could quote, and with what meaning, the words of Isaiah: "Hast 
14 not heard, that the everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the 
h, fainteth not, neither is weary? There is no searching of His understanding. He 
?th power to the faint; and to tiiem that hath no might He increaseth strength; they 
U mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk, 
not faint." 

Probably his favorite quotation, and we can well judge a man by what he likes to 
te, is from Martin Luther's hymn: 

"A mighty fortress is our God, 
A bulwark never failing, 
Our helper be amid the flood 
Of mortal ills prevailing." 

The local Maxton newspaper had the following to say of him: "He was admired by 
who had courage in the face of adversity. It seemed no greater misfortune could 
a befallen him than the loss of his voice, at almost the beginning of his life's work, 
ministry. But with resolute courage he determined to carrv on what he so deeply 
eved was his calling, and die example of his victory over his affliction perhaps con- 
rted more good for others than his eloquent sermons could ever have done, for 
ts in trouble felt instinctively that lie could understand. A modest and retiring 
i, few knew of the many calls he received, often in the middle of the night from 
e who were facing a problem they felt they could not soke, of his kindness and 
3nce and his joy in helping otiiers overcome handicaps. Some Who heard his radio 
)tions came to Maxton to meet him and seek his counsel, and went away with 
wed faith and hope. 

Vever did he seem discouraged, as he lived above the petty human frailties and 
knesses which permeate our lives. His memory will be cherished and revered by 
vho were privileged to know him. Truly it can be said of him that, "He fought a 
I fight; he kept the faith." He leaves a rich heritage to his young son, the memory 
is noble example. 

to which I add; slightly paraphrasing: 

"Who gives of his life feeds three, 
Himself, his hungering neighbor, and Me." 

WILLIAM T- BUNDY 



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MRS. JAMES M. RICE 

1875-195S 

Mrs Mamie Matlock Rice was born September 22, 1875, in Alamance Coun 
near Burlington, North Carolina. She was the daughter of Rufus A. and Rebecca Ta] 
scott Matlock. When only a girl, she joined the Methodist Chinch and remained acfl 
in it the remainder of her life. 

She was educated in the schools of Alamance Coun 
and received her teacher's certificate in 1895. On D 
% cember 25, 1895, she became the wife of Rev. Jam* 

Marshall Rice. To this union there were born for 
children who now live in Durham, North Carolina. TT 
first years of their married life were spent in the Wes 
em North Carolina Conference and later Rev. Jam« 
M. Rice transferred to the North Carolina Conferem 
I where he served until his death in 1905. 

Realizing that her children must be educated, Mj! 
i Rice moved her family to Durham where they li>. 
until her death. Mrs. Rice has played an active part 
the life of the Methodist Church wherever she live 
playing the organ and teaching in Sunday Scho 
tfjf jf classes. During the time this writer has been in Durhai 

ftlm\ -zr Wlkz frequent stops have been made in her home and I ; 

ways felt strengthened upon leaving same. Her's was 
home where Christian fellowship and counsel lightened the load and gave sure dire 
tion. Mrs. Rice died July 13, 1958. For seven years prior to her death, she had suffen 
ill health. Funeral services were conducted in the Asbury Methodist Church by h 
pastor, Rev. L. C. Vereen. Her body was laid away in the Maplewood Cemetery t 
neath the many floral offerings of friends and loved ones. It was to people such as I 
that Jesus said, "Where I am, there ye shall be also." L. C. VEREEN 

MRS. H. S. B. THOMPSON 
1880-1958 

Mrs. Bessie Mae Lewallen Thompson, widow of the Reverend H. S. B. Thompsc 
died at the Griffin Hospital in Asheboro, North Carolina, August 5, 1958, followi 
a stroke from which she did not regain consciousness. She had been ill for somctii 
from a previous stroke. 

She was born August 5, 1880 in Asheboro, Nor 
Carolina, the daughter of the late Z. I. and Sarah Ja 
Lewallen, well known and prominent family of Ra 
dolph county. She was married to the Reverend H. S. 
Thompson of Alamance County, North Carolina, July> 
1902, with whom she lived until his death, Novemfc 
19, 1949, at the age of 81 years. 

To this union eight children were born, five of wh< 
survive; Mrs. Frances Johnson of Asheboro, North Car 
lina; George L. Thompson of Roanoke Rapids, Noi 
Carolina; Alson G. Thompson of Baltimore, Marylar 
H. S. B. Thompson, Jr., of Halifax, North Carolii 
Mrs. Merle Davidson of Durham, North Carolina, a 

Ltwo step-sons, R. W. Thompson of Oklahoma Ci 
Oklahoma, and L. S. Thompson of Durham, Noi 
Carolina. 

Besides the children, grandchildren, and great-grai 
children who survive, Mrs. Thompson leaves one sister, Miss Lizzie Lewallen of Gree: 
boro, North Carolina. 

The fimeral services were conducted at the First Methodist Church in Ashebo 
North Carolina, of which she was a member, by the Reverend Brunson Wallace, 
terment was in the Oaklawn Cemetery. 




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Mrs. Thompson possessed a sweet and winning personality. She was a faithful wife, 
ood mother, a thoughtful friend and always willing to help those in need. This 
t identified her with the Christ, who went about doing good, and whom she served 
long and so faithfully. To all such souls who fall asleep — 

"Rest comes at length, though life be long and dreary; 

The day must dawn, and darksome night be past; 
All journeys end in welcome to the weary, 

And heaven, the heart's true home, will conic at last. 
Angels, sing on! your faithful watches keeping; 

Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above; 
Till morning's joy shall end the night of weeping, 
And life's Ions shadows break in cloudless love. 

MRS. MERLE DAVIDSON 

MRS. J. M. CULBRETH 

1871-1958 

It is an honor to have the privilege of writing these few words about one who 
i my motiier. She was born into this life on November 3, 1871 at Standing Rock, 
r the Tennessee River in West Tennessee. Her itenerary thru life led her to Clarks- 
ville and Nashville, Tennessee, St. Louis, Mo., Fayette, 
Mo., hack to Nashville, then to Durham, Rocky Mount, 
Chapel Hill, and Louisburg in North Carolina, Nash- 
ville again and then Canton and Charlotte, N. C. where 
freedom from the exigencies of the flesh was finally 
granted her on September 30, 1958. 

My mother literally lived her life for others. Her 
lite was never easy. At a tender age, while she was 
still in her teens, her own motiier died and left her as 
the oldest girl in a family of nine children. She became 
die "mother" of the household. In this capacity she 
cared, for the family thru the wrenching experiences of 
losing in death a younger sister and her father who was 
a prominent physician in Nashville at the time. The 
remaining children were provided a home by "Sister 
Ada" and all of them except her were able to receive 
a college education for life. 

Undaunted by these heavy responsibilities and un- 
rried because of these obligations, she was in early middle life still giving herself as 
[elper in the homes of her brothers and sisters. When one of these sisters died, "Miss 
L" was available to take over with a family of four young children, one of them 
ew-born baby. A few years later she married the father of this family, Rev. J. M. 
fbreth, and so chose for the rest of her life the responsibility of raising a family that 
> not of her flesh. 

,This she did well with the grace and nobleness of a Christian lady. She never had 
hild of her own, but she devoted herself to the children and the husband whom she 
jl chosen to love. She fulfilled well the exacting duties of the parsonage, making 
ry house into a home for her loved ones and giving of her time and talent to the 
ishioners. She was a student of books and a writer of poetry and history. She was 
>\er of the beautiful and a student of the stars, a knowledge which she shared with 
children. She was a woman of faith as evidenced by her determined will to live cre- 
fely every day and by her calm serenity in the presence of disappointment and 
row. 

After her husband died in 1949 Mrs. Culbreth spent her almost ten years in quiet 
icern for the continued growth of each member of her family, in evident concern 
the enrichment of the spiritual life of the Christian Church in the society of man, 
1 in a prayerful concern for the peace of her country and of the world. A poem 
ich she wrote in response to the event of the Second Assembly of the World Council 
Churches meeting in Evanston, 111., in 1954 reveals her faith and her concern: 




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EVANSTON: 1954 

When nations strive to find a way 

To ease the world of cruel ill 
With Christ left out, — the work is vain; 

No secret pact the need can fill. 
"I am the Way, the Truth, the Life;" 

These words of Christ will ever prove 
To be the only road to Light 

That leads to everlasting Love. 
Christ is our Hope; this choice profound, — 

To hear, to heed, to follow Him 
Means fullest life for all mankind 
In lands the whole world around. 
Because of her, we her children do not mourn her passing, for we believe that sh 
passed from death to life, from hardships, toil and pain to accomplishment, fulfillmer. 
and pleasure in the presence of new associations. This is our heritage. This is th 
spiritual bond which unites us across the earthly miles — Mrs. L. J. Flemister, ef 
change professor of zoology at the University of Trujillo in Peru, Mrs. W. P. Finney 
special education teacher in the public schools of Nashville, Tenn., M. T. Culbreth, cc 
director of Camp Sky Ranch for crippled children at Boone, N. C. living in Waynes 
ville, N. C, and Rev. G. B. Culbreth, pastor of the Methodist Church at Stony Point 
N. C. Our family hymn always has been 

Blest be the tie that binds 

Our hearts in Christian love, 
The fellowship of kindred minds 
Is like to that above. 
And it still is. GEORGE B. CULBRETH 



MRS. CHARLES THOMAS ROGERS, SR. 

1881-1958 

Mrs. Callie Mann Rogers was born in Newport, North Carolina, February 11, 188! 

She was the daughter of Monroe and Fannie Porter Mann. Like the Psalmist, she wf 

the heir of a goodly heritage winch consisted of godly parents who nurtured her in 

christian home. Early in childhood she dedicated h< 

r% •■ $ JH life to Christ and became a member of the Methodi 
M Church. In this relation she continued throughout 
H long life. 
On June 8, 1904, Callie Mann was happily marrie 
to the Reverend Charles Thomas Rogers, a boyhoo 
playmate and sweetheart. To this union were boi 
three sons who survive her: James M., of Elizabet 
City, N. C; Charles T., Jr., of Tarboro, N. C. and tl 
Reverend Harry L., of Biscoe, N. C. Also surviving 
her husband, the Reverend C. T. Rogers, Sr., retire 
minister and member of the North Carolina Conferenc 
For forty-six years this lovely lady presided wil 
queenly grace over the parsonage home of mar 
charges in the North Carolina Conference, and serve 
faithfully and effectively with her husband in the varie 
'%:■ work of the ministry. Early in her career as a minister 

wife, she identified herself with the missionary prograj 
of the Church. In interest, concern, and in the giving of her substance, she was indet 
a true child of John Wesley, for she shared with the great Founder and spiritual fadi 
of Methodism the concept of a world parish. Her associates who had the privilege 
knowing and working with her in the Woman's Society of Christian Sendee acknow 
edged her to be one of the ablest leaders in this area of the Church's life, particularly j 
the department of missionary education and mission study. Mrs. Rogers did not sti 
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husband. In tins she was eminently successful, and from the achievement derived justi- 
fiable joy. Her contribution to the churches in this field can scarcely be measured, for 
there is no formula by which the value of an idea, vision or inspiration planted in a 
human heart or mind can be computed. 

In November, 1952, upon the retirement of her husband from the traveling minis- 
try, she moved with him to Tarboro, North Carolina. They were fortunate in the pur- 
chase of a home next door to their son Charles Thomas, Jr. Here Mrs. Rogers became 
a devoted and useful member of Saint James Methodist Church. She soon endeared her- 
self to her neighbors in the community and associates in the church by her kindly spirit 
and unaffected gentleness and sincerity. 

Due to ill health during her later years, Mrs. Rogers was confined to her home. 
Being a "shut-in," however, did not mean that she was a "shut-out." She retained a 
lively interest in affairs generally, and especially in matters that concerned the church. 
Paths are not beaten to one's door solely because one has made a better mechanical 
device of some sort. A path was beaten to the door of this dear, good woman because 
there people found a radiant christian personality; they found a sympathetic and 
understanding heart; they found an intelligent and well-informed mind that kept 
abreast of the contemporary scene. They found a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere of 
genuine goodwill. By these things they were attracted, and to these things they re- 
sponded. Doubtless, too, they were reminded of St. Paul's allusion to "the Church in 
thy house." 

On October 22, 1958, at the Edgecombe General Hospital in Tarboro, N. C, this 
saintly soul fell upon sleep, to wake again amid the brightness and glory of her Father's 
House of many mansions. The funeral service was conducted at Saint James Methodist 
Church, Tarboro, N. C, October 23rd., and burial took place at Newport, N. C. Her 
pastor and friend of the family, the Reverend \V. Carleton Wilson, was in charge of 
the services. 

She left behind her many treasured memories in the hearts of her loved ones and 
friends, but these would not compare with the treasures which she would now look 
upon, laid up by her in heaven. Many are they, other than her own children, who rise 
up to call her blessed. W. CARLETON WILSON 

MRS. V. A. ROYAL 
1867-1959 

Mrs. Lucie Reavis Royal, widow of the late Reverend Velerius Addison Royal, died 
in Duke Hospital January 18, 1959. The funeral was conducted in the Gary Methodist 
Church by her pastor, the Reverend B. L. Davidson and Rev. Joseph F. Coble, Super- 
intendent of The Methodist Retirement Home in Dur- 
ham. Interment was in the Cary Cemetery with her 
parents and loved ones. 

Mrs. Royal, the daughter of George James and Martha 
Hayes Reavis was born May 12th, 1867, on a large 
plantation in Vance, at that time a part of Granville 
County. Father Reavis was a big slave owner. In the 
post war years, with no farm help he Was compelled 
to sell his land. He with his wife and seven children 
moved to Cary so that his children could live at home 
and go to school. "Miss Lucie" as She was fondly called 
finished a Business Course and taught commercial sub- 
jects several years. She also served as post mistress in 
Cary for 14 years. 

She always served God and her community when 
there was a place. She said, "I served in every capacity 
in our church except preacher and Sunday School Su- 
perintendent — as janitor? Yes. She reared a little orphan 
'niece and cared for her parents in their last years. She was a real help-mate to her 
(husband until his death in 1929. She continued to point all who came to her to the 
Straight and narrow way. She never harbored any injustice. 




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The last three years of her life she was crippled and maintained her residence at 
The Methodist Retirement Home, Durham, N. C. While at The Home Mrs. Royal spent 
a good deal of her time reading — namely the Book of Revelation. 

B. L. DAVIDSON 

MRS. D. R. WILLIAMS 

1869-1959 
In the early morning hours of February 2, 1959 Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson Williams 
departed this earthly life after 5 months of critical illness. She was born on May 8, 1869 
the daughter of Henry J. Thompson and Edie Reeves Thompson of Orange County, 
North Carolina. 

On July 18, 1894 she was married to D. R. Williams. 
Three children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Williams: 
Mrs. Stale}' F. Garrison, Sr., Burlington, N. C; Arnold 
R. Williams, Burlington; and Ralph D. Williams, New 
York City. 

She was die faithful wife of a consecrated Methodist 

preacher. In parsonages across our state her kind and 

sympathetic spirit was felt by her husband, children, 

church members, and people of the communities in 

winch they lived. She went gladly from appointment 

M to appointment making strong friendship wherever she 

I went. She met every sacrifice with a true spirit ofl 

ftf&Bm *mit patience. 

WSk IfflHfck. ^ no church remained the central point of her in- 

HpHB mkk terest. She wanted to be informed as to the activities 

Hktflf JHI Wm within the local congregation, and the programs of the 

church at large. As long as she was able, she was regu- 
lar in attending the service of worship in her church. Until the very end of her life 
she was one of the most faithful workers in our Woman's Society of Christian Service. 
The funeral services were conducted in the Graham Methodist Church on February 
3, with her pastor, Reverend T. J. Whitehead, officiating, assisted by Dootor Chester 
Alexander, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Burlington. Interment was in the family 
plot in Pine Hill Cemetery, Burlington. T j WHITEHEAD 

MRS. E. L. STACK 
1879-1959 

The two dates marking die life span of Mrs. E. L. Stack exceed the conventional 
length of human life by ten years, but the extent of her usefulness cannot be measured 
by even so long a stretch of time. Briefly the facts of her life may be stated dius: 
Dora Belle Lawrence, born in a minister's home, July 
23, 1879 at Seagrove, Randolph County, North Caro- 
lina. Her father was the Reverend William Wesley I 
Lawrence; her mother, Irene Cox. She died at the home 
of her son, Norman L. Stack, February 14, 1959, at i 
Belts\ille, Prince Georges County, Maryland. 

Sister Stack was a graduate of Whynot Academy, 
Randolph County, North Carolina. She taught school ! 
in that county for three years prior to her marriage to , 
Dr. Elijah Leroy Stack, which occurred June 30, 1900. j 
Thus for more than fifty years she was the helpmeet 
of one of the most useful and interesting ministers of 
die North Carolina Conference. 

Mrs. Stack was active in every phase of church work 
throughout her long career. She began to teach Sunday I 
School at the age of twelve and was unusually active j 
in die work of education and religion for more dian i 
sixty years. 




Journal of Proceedings 137 

Thus runs the brief account of a most remarkable Christian woman's life work, 
>ut the mere facts do not begin to reveal the full worth of her character and service, 
"he diings which cannot be told in printer's ink are the quality of her life, die in- 
.uence for good which she exerted, the inspiration which she furnished, the encourage- 
rient she gave, the words of cheer and consolation spoken, the gracious smile which 
irove gloom from the lives of so many — only eternity can properly evaluate the 
/orth of these. 

Mrs. Stack wrote no books, ran for no office, strove for no publicity, hunted no 
-lace in the limelight, yet it would be hard to imagine a life more influential than 
ers. She walked unassumingly along the padiway of duty, shirking no task, slighting 
o service. Her presence was felt for good in every community which was fortunate 
nough to claim her as a citizen. Wherever she went, wrong was reproved and good- 
ess exalted. Wherever She went, education was promoted and religion fostered. Like 
er Master, she brought "beauty for ashes and the oil of joy for mourning" wherever 
tie went. Thousands were blessed by her presence and aided by her kindness. Only 
igh heaven can rightly estimate the worth of such a life as hers. 

H. E. SPENCE 



138 North 


Carolina Annual Conference 




ROLL OF DECEASED MINISTERIAL MEMBERS 






1940-1959 






NAME 


DATE OF BIRTH 


DATE OF DEATH 


-a j 

8.a|J 




June 19, 1876 


April 23, 1940 

June 6, 1940 


1905'! 




October 4, 1872 


1899' 


William Calhoun Merritt 


February 27, 1866 .... 


June 14, 1940 


1893 


James Marion Lowder 


December 31, 1852 


August 16, 1940 


1887 i 


Herman Theophilus Coley 

Raleigh Alexander Bruton 


June 18, 1913 
November 16, 1863 




1937 


August 25, 1940 


1894 


Edward Norman Harrison 


December 20, 1880 


October 22, 1940 


1905 


John Bolivar Hurley 


February 24, 1859 


November 4, 1940 


1883 




Januarv 26, 1866 

September 10, 1848 


November 9, 1940 


1890 


John Thomas Gibbs 


December 28, 1940 


1874 


William Henry Townsend 


February 19, 1855 


January 21, 1941 


1885 


Frank Mebane Shamburger 


January 10, 1860 


February 24, 1941 


1883 


James Manley Rhodes 


April 17, 1850 


Julv 3, 1941 


1875 


Gaston Troy Adams 


September 10, 1864 


July 4, 1941 


1898 


Hampton McRae Jackson 


August 5, 1860 


January 26, 1942 


1887 


James Henrv Buffaloe 


October 3, 1874 


March 3, 1942 


1902 


Andrew James Groves 


August 3, 1857 


April 19, 1942 


1896 


Timothy Alexander Sikes 


January 5, 1870 


February 4, 1943 


1899 


George H. Biggs 


July 12, 1856 


February 13, 1943 


1909 


David Isham Garner 


February 19, 1892 


March 23, 1943 


1922 


John P. Bross 


February, 1876 


April 6, 1943 


1903 


Walter Herbert Paw 


June 13, 1882 


April 16, 1943 


1906 


Francis Boyd Peele 


May 16, 1889 


June 24, 1943 


1922 


George Washington Perry 


May 7, 1887 


November 19, 1943 


1916 




March 23, 1899 


December 24, 1943 


1929 


Lauder Beaman Pattishall 


April 24, 1883 


February 2, 1944 


1916 


Euclid Harvey McWhorter 


March 29, 1869 


February 2, 1944 


1893 


Neill Beckworth Johnson 


April 26, 1887 


March 9, 1944 


1920 


David Roscoe Williams 


September 27, 1868 


June 15, 1944 


1915 


Thurman Gomez Vickers 


December 12, 1889 


August 14, 1944 


1908 




April 27, 1900 


November 13, 1944 


1924 


John Watson Autry 


May 28, 1872 


November 18, 1944 


1906 


James Gabriel Johnson 


June 2, 1861 


Januarv 8, 1945 


1886 


William Floid Trawick 


November 4, 1886 


April 16, 1945 


1913 


James Adolphus Dailey 


Mav 23, 1868 


November 18, 1945 


1897 


Cornelius Blackman Culbreth 


August 14, 1876 


January 1, 1946 


1908 




April 3, 1858 


January 13, 1946 


1888 


Rufus Rhodes Grant 


October 13, 1871 


February 23, 1946 


1899 


William Towe 


July 15, 1865 . . 


May 28, 1946 


1901 


Whitford Frank Walters 


December 21, 1887 


June 11, 1946 


1925 


Loy Vernon Harris 


Mav 2, 1899 


June 13, 1946 


1924 


Thomas Stanley Coble 


May 1, 1875 


June 20, 1946 


1907 


Creasy Kinion Proctor 


September 4, 1889 


June 25, 1946 


1913 




December 21, 1875 


August 29, 1946 


1905 


Charley Lafayette Spencer 


March 14, 1879 


October 8, 1946 


1906 


James Townsend Stanford 


September 26, 1871 


October 13, 1946 


1899 


Samuel F. Nicks 


Januarv 21, 1874 


October 28, 1946 


1903 


Charles Lewis Read 


November 15, 1869 


November 8, 1946 


1898 


Benson H. Black 


November 28, 1873 


November 23, 1946 


1897 


George Lee Reynolds 


December 25, 1873 


December 4, 1946 


1901 




Januarv 12, 1877 


December 17, 1946 


1907 


Jacob H. McCracken 


July 15, 1863 


December 17, 1946 


1897 


Walter Patten 


September 15, 1880 


March 8, 1947 


1909 


Weslev Frank Craven 


July 7, 1858 


August 21, 1947 


1893 




March 13, 1874 

October 8, 1879 


August 30, 1947 
July 23, 1947 . 


1906 


Milton F. Hodges 


1915 


John C. Williams 


August 20, 1882 


October 26, 1947 


1917 


Arnold C. Thompson 


March 20, 1896 


December 3, 1947 


1931 


Charles N. Phillips 


March 26, 1875 
July 31, 1865 
April 3, 1889 
February 14, 1884 


December 12, 1947 
February 3, 1948 

May 17, 1948 

Mav 27, 1948 


1915 


John H. Shore 


1888 




1917 


Luther B. Bridges 


1923 


John C. Humble 


January 28, 1872 


August 14, 1948 


1897 




March 26, 1872 
December 12, 1859 . . 
May 9. 1878 


October 4, 1948 
October 18, 1948 
December 4, 1948 


1900 




1891 




1906 


fames Arthur Martin 


April 2, 1882 


March 12, 1949 


1908 


James Marvin Culbreth 


Januarv 13, 1880 


March 29, 1949 


1901 


Frank Belton Joyner 


October 12, 1901 


May 15, 1949 


1926 


James William Potter 


May 11, 1852 


September 26, 1949 


1896 


Horatio S. B. Thompson 


February 29, 1868 


November 19, 1949 


1893 



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139 



NAME 


DATE OF BIRTH 


DATE OF DEATH 


T3 o 

Sea! 

j- 3 


Benjamin Herriot Houston 

James G. Phillips 

Lloyd Baum Jones 

William Joseph Watson 

Cicero Harris Caviness 

Jesse Lee Cunninggim 

Thomas Edward Davis 


November 27, 1890 

Julv 22, 1900 

June 4, 1878 

January 21, 1875 

December 24, 1870 

March 21, 1870 

January 6, 1864 

September 21, 1891 

June 13, 1869 

May 9, 1872 

June 16, 1857 
October 18, 1870 
April 29, 1876 
May 3, 1869 
March 30, 1876 
September 27, 1897 

June 28, 1894 

August 27, 1880 

October 20, 1877 

Julv 28, 1886 
fanuarv 28, 1900 
June 22, 1879 

April 11, 1862 

July 3, 1860 
March 4, 1901 
July 7, 1872 
September 14, 1867 

Tulv 30, 1863 

January 20, 1878 

November 6, 1882 
November 1, 1906 
November 12, 1865 
October 28, 1875 

March 26, 1886 

October 7, 1872 
September 25, 1879 . 

February 27, 1887 

May S, '1871 

August 18. 1873 . ... . 

February 26, 1885 

August 9, 1909 

September 25, 1872 

October 16, 1890 

May 18 1888 


March 16, 1950 

May 25, 1950 

May 26, 1950 

June 27, 1950 

November 8, 1950 

December, 1950 

February 14, 1951 

March 27, 1951 


1920 
1921 
1905 
1908 
1899 
1903 
1915 
1916 


R. Ernest Atkinson 

Elijah L. Stack 

Condor P. Jerome 

John W. Harrell 

Neill M. McDonald 
Charles A. Jones 
J. William Sneeden 
Samuel A. Maxwell 
Robert Edgar Brown 

Benjamin Portivant Robinson 

Louis Thompson Singleton 
Thomas McMillan Grant 

Harley Archie Chester 

William Cecil Jones 

Jesse Franklin Usrey 

Edward Hill Davis 
Marvin Earl Tyson 
Louis Edward Sawyer 
Marion Timothy Plyer 

Lemon Harvey Joyner 

Jesse Marvin Ormond 

Frederick Arthur Lupton 
Seymour Esmond Mercer 
Jesse Thomas Draper 
Orrin W. Dowd 
Harry Cleveland Smith 
William A. Parsons 


June 3, 1951 

June 22, 1951 

December 23, 1951 

December 11, 1951 . 

July 18, 1952 

July 20, 1952 

September 25, 1952 

October 12, 1952 

November 20, 1952 

November 26, 1952 

November 30, 1952 

December 31, 1952 

April 6, 1953 


1902 
1909 
1884 
1920 
1903 
1903 
1925 
1932 
1924 
1905 
1906 
1909 
1925 


April 13, 1953 

July 23, 1953 

September 14, 1953 

October 11, 1953 

November 13, 1953 

March 24, 1954 

June 7, 1954 


1906 
1912 
1886 
1943 
1903 
1892 
1892 


June 24, 1954 


1910 


October 3, 1954 

November 22, 1954 

December 6, 1954 

October 30, 1955 

March 5, 1956 

March 7, 1956 

Mav 13, 1956 

May 19, 1956 

December 9, 1956 

January 18, 1957 

March 9, 1957 

May 31, 1957 

July 11, 1957 


1913 
1927 
1891 
1906 
1912 
1897 


James Marvin Jollifl 

Ethelbert L. Hill 

John Weslev Frank 
William Richard Royall 
Edgar Wilson Downum 
Cecil Byron Harris 


1923 
1914 
1910 
19,03 
1922 
1940 
1899 


R. G. L. Edwards 


Julv 20, 1957 

November 2, 1957 

June 9, 1958 

February 4, 1959 

March 5, 1959 

April 3, 1959 


1911 




1913 


Nathan B. Strickland 

W. Carlisle Walton, Jr 


December 24, 1878 

February 7, 1918 


1911 
1949 
1916 


Harold G. Cuthrell 


May 18, 1908 


1944 



SECTION IV 

Reports to the Annual Conference of Agencies, 
Boards, Commissions and Committees 

CONTENTS 

Title P( 'g e Reference 

Committee Nominations by the Cabinet 142 

Reports of District Superintendents: 

Burlington: A. P. Brantley 143 

Durham: C. D. Barclift 144 

Elizabeth City: C. Freeman Heath 144 

Fayette ville: O. L. Hathaway 145 

Goldsboro: Howard M. McLamb 146 

New Bern: A. Jarvis Hobbs 147 

Raleigh: Graham S. Eubank 148 

Rocky Mount: Walter C. Ball 149 

Wilmington: J. E. Garlington ISO 

Approved Supply Pastor's School 151 

Architecture, Bishop's Committee On Church 151 

Brotherhood, Conference 152 

Council of Churches, North Carolina 154 

Deaconess Board, Conference 156 

District Conference Records, Committee on 156 

Duke Endowment, The 157 

Education, Board of 158 

Education, Commission on Christian Higher 182 

Evangelism, Board of ' 182 

Historical Society, Conference 185 

Hospital and Homes, Board of 185 

Lay Activities, Board of 186 

Local Church Emphasis, Quadrennial Commission on 187 

140 



Long Range Planning Committee, Conference 188 

Methodist Foundation, Inc 231 

Methodist Home for Children 189 

Methodist Student Center 193 

Minimum Salary, Commission on 190 

Ministerial Training and Qualifications, Board of 191 

Ministers' Credit Union 192 

Missions, Board of 194 

North Carolina Pastors' School 198 

Ormond Fund, The J. M 199 

Peace, Committee on World 199 

Pensions, Board of 200 

Promotion and Cultivation, Commission on 206 

Publication, Methodist Board of. Inc. 206 

Relations, Committee on Conference 206 

Betirement Homes, Inc., The Methodist 207 

Social and Economic Relations, Board of 209 

Statistician, Conference 211 

Student Religious Work. Inter-Conference Commission on 212 

Television, Radio and Film Commission 217 

Temperance, Board of 217 

Town and Country Work, Commission on 218 

Treasurer, Word from Conference 234 

Trustees, Board of 222 

Visitors, Board of College 223 

Vocations, Commission on Christian 224 

Woman's Society of Christian Service, Conference 225 

World Service and Finance, Commission on 226 

Worship, Commission on 235 



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142 North Carolina Annual Conference 

NOMINATIONS BY THE CABINET 

C. D. Barclift, Secretary 

COMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATION 
A. P. Brantley, Convener 

Principals: J. M. Cline, George W. Blount, C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley, J. P. Pegg. 
Alternates: C. H. Mercer, R. L. Bame, T. R. Jenkins. 

COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

CD. Barclift, Convener 

(One Minister from each district) 

Burlington, Rulus Stark; Durham, J. E. Sponenberg; Elizabeth City, A. M. Cameron; 
Fayetteville, J. C. P. Brown; Goldsboro, J. H. Miller, Jr.; New Bern, E. J. Bedsworth; 
Raleigh, J. Conrad Glass, Jr.; Rocky Mount, C. H. Mewborn; Wilmington, W. J. Neese. 

COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES AND INTRODUCTIONS 
M. C. Dunn, J. V. Early, W. J. Neese 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS AND REFERENCES 
C. Freeman Heath, Convener 

Ministers: J. D. Young, J. W. Page, J. W. Lineberger, Leon Russell, T. B. Hough. 
Laymen: J. E. Rogers, Fred Ritter, Harold Bailey, C. M. Bullock. 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS TO THE GENERAL CONFERENCE OF 1960 
O. L. Hathaway, Convener 

Ministers: W. S. Potter, M. W. Lawrence, O. Kelly Ingram, R. S. Harrison, C. S. 
Boggs, T. M. Vick, Jr., W. L. Clegg, Ben F. Musser, S. J. Starnes. 

Laymen: Bill Price, C. E. Jordan, L. R. Foreman, J. N. Gibson, Jr., A. C. Edwards, 
Roy L. Tumage, Jr., Blaine Madison, E. E. Atkins, Albert Goldfinch. 

COMMITTEE ON MINUTES 

J. D. Young, K. R. Wheeler, C. G. Nickens 

TELLERS 

Burlington District 

Ministers: C. H. Mercer, N. L. Jones, J. K. Bostick. 

Laymen: J. F. Rogers, R. L. Pate, Jr., J. E. Davis. 

Durham District 
Ministers: A. Kinsey King, Jr., H. B. Lewis, H. Arthur Phillips, Jr. 
Laymen: W. L. Hampton, J. W. Baker, M. S. McKibben. 

Elizabeth, City District 
Ministers: G. W. Crutchfield, A. D. Byrd, Jr., A. N. Gore, Jr. 
Laymen: W. H. McGown, J. H. Davis, E. A. Cox. 

Fayetteville District 
Ministers: J. Paul Edwards, T. Fant Steele, Jr., F. J. Duplissey. 
Laymen: M. F. Grantham E. T. Reynolds, Clarence Black. 

Goldsboro District 
Ministers: W. H. Kirby, E. H. Smotherman, J. G. White, Jr. 
Laymen: J. L. Bruton, Ed Harris, Walton Thompson. 



Journal of Proceedings 143 



Neiv Bern District 
Ministers: R. L. Crossno, J. M. Cline, W. B. Cotten. 
Laymen: W. C. Chadwick, Bud Dixon, T. W. Heath, Jr. 

Raleigh District 
Ministers: W. B. Petteway, A. F. Fisher, H. R. Leatherman. 
Laymen: B. B. Hudson, J. C. Stabler, C. E. Hibbard. 

Rocky Mount District 
Ministers: R. Grady Dawson, L. P. Jackson, M. W. Mitchell. 
Laymen: C. W. Everett, J. M. Aldridge, Lloyd Sandlin. 

Wilmington District 
Ministers: Albert R. Folds, Paul Browning, W. Allen Wentz, Jr 
Laumen: Louis Clemmons, W. T. Lockamy, W. S. Funderburg. 



REPORTS OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 

BURLINGTON DISTRICT 

Allen P. Brantley, District Superintendent 

More and more, the work on our District seems to be geared to one increasing pur- 
ose; namely, unity, cooperation and spiritual enrichment. This unity of purpose and 
larked progress in the district is due primarily to the fine work of our 46 ministers 
rid 22,901 laymen. 

Membership and Evangelism: Every charge has participated in pulpit and personal 
isitation evangelism. We have received 566 on profession of faith; 522 by church cer- 
ficate; a total of 1,088. Our losses by death, certificate and otherwise are 617. This 
ives us a net gain of 471. Infants baptized, 201. 

Christian Education: Our Sunday School enrollment is 18,635. We have had six sub- 
istrict Christian Worker's Schools with the largest enrollment for the past 5 years, 
he churches on each charge have had Vacation Church Schools. We have 745 sub- 
:ribers to the "North Carolina Christian Advocate," 435 subscribers to "Together." 

Lay Activities: We have 23 Men's Clubs with 772 members. One hundred twenty- 
>ur Certified Speakers participated in the No Silent Pulpit program. The Woman's 
ooiety of Christian Service is 100% organized with 82 societies and 3,948 members; 
ve Wesleyan Service Guilds with 237 members. 

Church Buildings and Improvements: FAITH CHURCH in Burlington has com- 
leted a new sanctuary and educational building, valued at $80,000. TRINITY 
HURCH in Sanford completed their new church and educational building with the 
pening service March 1st, valued at $45,000. WEST END, Siler City Circuit, opened 
leir first unit of a building program, August 17, 1958, valued at $40,000. ASBURY 
HURCH, on the Goldston Charge, completed a new educational annex valued at 
25,000. BETHEL has built and is now occupying a new educational unit, valued at 
20,000. CHATHAM CHURCH on the Pittsboro Circuit has completed an educational 
uilding, value $20,000. SAPLING RIDGE CHURCH, on the Silk Hope Charge, has 
>mpleted an educational annex costing $18,000. BETHLEHEM CHURCH, on the 
oldston Charge, has built an educational building valued at $15,000. FIRST 
HURCH, Siler City, GOLDSTON, POPLAR SPRINGS, on the Sanford Circuit, 
AIR PROMISE on the Glendon Circuit, are all in the midst of building new eduea- 
onal buildings. 

Our NEW CHURCH for the year is Christ Church, Graham. We began services 
ebruary 1, 1959. To date we have 32 members, Sunday School enrollment of 49, 
/Ionian's Society of Christian Service with 14 members. 

, TWO NEW PARSONAGES have been built this year; one at St. Paul Church, 
urlington, valued at $18,000. The other at Morris Chapel, valued at $16,000. The 



144 North Carolina Annual Conference 

new parsonage on the Center Charge was dedicated this year, March 29th. West 
Burlington and Moncure have renovated their present parsonages. 

Our District has raised $158,130 on new building projects and $94,455 on church 
indebtedness. Mission Specials raised this year is $8,613. Total for special offerings, 
$5,427. 

DURHAM DISTRICT 

C. D. Barclift, District Superintendent 

The progress made in the Durham district this year is due to the effective leader- 
ship and devoted labors of the fifty-one pastors and the 21,500 members. The follow- 
ing paragraphs reflect some of their achievements, as they have been led, blessed, and 
used by our Heavenly Father. 

MEMBERSHIP AND EVANGELISM. Reports to date (May 25) show that 619 
members have been received on profession of faith, and 744 by transfer, with a net 
increase of 502 members. 

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION. The enrollment in church schools is 14,590, a small 
increase over last year. Good attendance and interest characterized the Christian 
workers' schools held in Durham and Bahama. The youth have had two district-wide 
rallies this year with excellent attendance and programs. Vacation church schools were 
held in practically all of our churches. 

LAY ACTIVITIES. There are seventeen Methodist Men clubs. Lakewood, Durham 
has been organized this year. Over one hundred certified lay speakers participated 
effectively in the No Silent Pulpit program. More than seven hundred laymen and lay- 
women were present at the lay rally held in February. 

WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE. There are now seventy-five 
societies, including two new ones: Amity, Chapel Hill, and Soapstone, and twenty- 
three district members, making the district 100% organized. Also, there are six Wes- 
leyan Service Guilds. There was an increase in both membership and giving to missions. 

COLLEGE CAMPAIGN FOR CAPITAL FUNDS. The Durham district pledged 
the sum of $503,212.13, which is 74.4% of the quota for the district, $676,182.00. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The following is a progress report on building projects during 
the conference year: Andrews Chapel (parsonage, completed); Mt. Tabor on Bahama 
Charge (fellowship hall, completed); Brooksdale (educational building, construction to 
begin soon); Butner (parsonage, donated by the State Council); Amity, Chapel Hill 
(church, site purchased; fellowship hall, completed); University Church, Chapel Hill' 
(educational building, nearing completion); Aldersgate, Durham (parsonage, construction 
to begin soon); Bethany, Durham (educational building, completed); Epworth, Durham 
(educational building, in planning stage); Glendale Heights, Durham (parsonage, pur- 
chased for new church organization); Maybrook, Durham (parsonage, construction to> 
begin soon); St. Paul, Durham (educational building, in planning stage); Wellons Vil- 
lage, Durham (church, site purchased); Lebanon on Efland-Lebanon Charge (fellowship] 
hall, under construction); Palmer's Grove on Eno-Palmer's Grove Charge (parsonage, 
in planning stage); Mt. Tirzah (church, major remodeling under way); Chestnut Ridge 
on Orange Circuit (church, under construction); Salem on Oxford Circuit (educational! 
huilding, in planning stage); Lea's Chapel on Person Circuit (fellowship hall, in plan- 
ning stage); Grace, Roxboro (educational building, under construction); Union Grove 1 
in Orange County (parsonage, completed); and Walnut Grove (parsonage, construction 
to begin soon). 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 

C. Freeman Heath, District Superintendent 

The successful work of the Elizabeth City District this year is the result of the! 
faithful and cooperative leadership of both pastors and lay people. The Elizabedi City 
District pastors have demonstrated their genuine interest in the people over whom they 
have been appointed shepherds by their numerous visits. The thirty-seven ministers; 
have made 6,813 sick visits, 4,129 visits in the homes of prospective members. In all,] 
they have made 28,173 house-to-house visits. 



Journal of Proceedings 145 

Membership and Evangelism: 441 members have been received on profession of 
faith, 284 by letter, making a grand total of 725. There have been 595 losses, leaving 
a net gain of 130 for the year. One hundred sixty-two babies have been baptized. 
Eighty revival meetings were held, and 58 churches conducted visitation evangelism 
campaigns. Church membership in the district now stands at 15,683. 

Christian Higher Education: In spite of three years of crop failures, the district re- 
ceived $364,010 in pledges, or 77 per cent of the expected goal of $473,000 in the 
campaign for Christian Higher Education. Thirty-one churches went over the top in 
meeting their goals. 

Christian Education: The church school enrollment remains about the same as last 
year. Four Sub-District Christian Workers' Schools have been reported. Two Vacation 
Church School Institutes and Curriculum Seminars were held with an attendance of 
209. Five young people attended the Vocations Conference at Rocky Mount. The 
district quota of youth participated in the Tri-District Youth Evangelistic Mission in 
New Bern. There are 66 Methodist Youth Fellowships with a combined membership 
of 1,374. The Rally Day offering amounted to $765. There are over 1,000 subscribers 
to the "North Carolina Christian Advocate," and some 500 subscribers to "Together." 

Membership and Evangelism: There are 362 members of the Ten Dollar Club. 
$6,832 was raised for Specials. 

Sharon Church on the Currituck Charge, Pantego on the Bath Charge, and Zion 
on the Gates ville Charge have completed educational buildings. The Kitty Hawk edu- 
cational plant is in the process of being constructed. The Englehard Church on the 
Mattamuskeet Charge and the Wesley Church on the South Camden Charge are being 
water-proofed and redecorated. Zion Church on the Currituck Charge and Mt. Hermon 
on the Creswell Charge are in the planning stage of building programs. 

An $18,000 parsonage has been completed at South Mills; First Church, Washing- 
ton has purchased a $27,000 home for the pastor and family; parsonages are being 
planned at Murfreesboro, Moyock, and Grandy on the Currituck Charge. $44,120 has 
been spent on buildings and improvement of churches; $84,827 on educational build- 
ings; and $47,506 on parsonages. The Hebron Church on the Currituck Charge has 
purchased a new Conn Organ. 

There are 74 Woman's Societies of Christian Service and five Wesleyan Service 
Guilds with a combined membership of 3,476. The Woman's Society of Christian Ser- 
vice is 100 per cent organized in the District. 

The Hatteras and South Mills Charges will become self-supporting beginning with 
the new conference year, leaving only twelve charges on thye Minimum Salary Fund. 

We expect benevolences and salaries to be paid in full. 

Lay Activities: Mr. Fred Ritter has been faithful and untiring in the discharge of his 
duties as District Lay Leader. It is with regret that we accept his resignation on account 
of health. He has successfully planned and executed the "No Silent Pulpit" schedule 
since its origin. The Laymen's Rally this year was the best both in program and at- 
tendance — 545. 

1958-1959 has been a wonderful year on the Elizabeth City District. 

We want to thank the North Carolina Annual Conference for the privilege of 
working with the good people of the Elizabeth City District for the past six years 
under our beloved leader, consecrated shepherd, and tireless worker, Bishop Paul Neff 
Garber. Under his guidance the Elizabeth City District, in spite of hurricane, storm, 
flood and drought, has emerged from the cellar to take her rightful place among the 
Districts of the North Carolina Conference of Methodism. Bishop and Mrs. Garber have 
won the hearts of the people of the Elizabeth City District. 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

O. L. Hathaway, District Superintendent 

We have been about Our Father's Business this year. The pastors and lay folk have 
been giving to us leadership, cooperation, and generosity towards the goals of work set 
forth in our planning program. We would like to share with you some of the achieve- 
ments for this year. 



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1. Membership and Evangelism: Additions on Profession of Faith 651, other sources 
723, making a total of 1,374. We have baptized 331 infants this year. We have a net 
gain of 559 members. We are very close to having all our churches fruitful at this time. 

2. Christian Education — Church school enrollment has increased 542. We have had 
five Christian Workers' Schools. Our young people were in attendance at the Christian 
Vocations Conference held at Rocky Mount. The Young Adult Sub-District groups have 
been active. A Vacation Church School Institute and a session for pastors has been held 
at Hay Street Methodist Church. 

3. Missions and Church Extension: We have 576M members of the Ten Dollar Club, i 
We have had 55 new members added to the club this year. Workshops were held in I 
the district for the four major areas of work. Church School units have been completed I 
at Mt. Gilead, St. Andrews. Building programs are going on at Doubs Chapel, Little 
River, Central, Rockingham, First, Green Lake, Saint John, Marvin and Wesley Heights, j 

Saint John Methodist Church, Fayetteville was organized Nov. 2, 1958. Dedications I 
have been held for Ellerbe Church, West End and Pleasant Hill Educational units. I 
Plans are being made for dedication services at Sardis, Sandy Grove, Concord, Hay- 1 
mount. 

The following churches are in the planning stages for a building program: Culbreth, 
Hope Mills, Maxton, Lyon Memorial, St. Matthews, Hamlet: First and Biscoe. 

Renovations and redecorations have taken place at Eagle Springs, Parkton, Person I 
Street, Hebron, Maxton, Melton Grove. 

The sanctuary at Haymount has been air-conditioned this year. 

Parsonages have been completed at Norman, Candor, Aberdeen. Parsonages have j 
been purchased at West End and St. John. Parsonages are being planned for Maxton, 
Pekin and Star. 

Additional land has been secured or purchased for Central, St. Matthews, St. Johns, 
Pleasant Hill and Biscoe. We have paid for the 400-acre camp site. 

We have paid over $200,000.00 on our indebtedness on churches and parsonages 
this year. Our total money raised this year will exceed a million dollars for the Fayette- 
ville District. 

The Woman's Society of Christian Service has been very active under the leader- 
ship of Mrs. H. R. Odum. 

4. Lay Activities: Mr. Terry Sanford, our District Lay Leader has turned in another 1 
good year of work. The Lay Rally at Hay Street brought together some 800 men. 
One hundred thirty-six lay speakers have been helping in the "No Silent Pulpit Program" 
of the Conference. We have 54 Methodist Men's Clubs. Our laymen will be partici- 
pating in the summer opportunities of planning, training, and inspiration. 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

H. M. McLamr, District Superintendent 

We thank the Lord for the wonderful preachers and laymen of the Goldsboro Dis- 
trict, for another year of service and achievement for Christ and His church. 

1. Membership and Evangelism: We have received 971 members — 527 by profession 
of faith and 444 by transfers. The district membership is 19,658, a gain of 245. There 
were 164 infant baptisms. 

2. Christian Education: Leadership training classes have been held in the five sub- 
districts and vacation church schools in" most local churches. Attendance at the vaca- 
tion church school institutes was over 200. 

The district was given a quota of $509,000 in the campaign for Christian Higher 
Education. Our district leads the conference percentage wise with about 90% pledged. 
We do not intend to stop until the full quota is realized. 

3. Lay Activities: Our district lay-leader, Brother A. C. Edwards, and his associates 
have vigorously promoted a program of lay activities. This has included emphasis on 
Methodist Men Clubs, the district Lay Rally which was attended by 500 persons and 
"No Silent Pulpits." We have 190 certified lay speakers. 

4. Women's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. S. B. Boyd, President, has led the 



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societies in a program of studies, local church activities and giving for missions. New 
societies organized this year include Brogden and West Smithfield. 

5. Missions and Church Extension: We have continued to stress the $10 Club and 
personalized giving through conference mission specials for new churches. Two new 
churches have been organized this year. Breitz Memorial of Selma was organized on 
August 17, under the sponsorship of Edgerton Memorial Church of Selma. This church 
has a membership of 32 and a Church School enrollment of 67. Brogden Church was 
organized on August 24. The membership is 53 and the Church School enrollment 
is 85. 

The twelve new churches of the district have received 183 new members this year. 
Churches of the district accepted $5,391 for the new churches. Many churches have 
accepted increases for next year. 

6. Buildings and Improvements: New parsonages occupied this year are Airboro, 
Hookerton-Rainbow, Stantonsburg and Micro-Fellowship. Parsonages are being planned 
by Mt. Carmel-Saulston, Johnston and New Hope Charges. 

The following educational buildings are being occupied this conference year: Salem- 
burg at $50,000; Jefferson at $42,000; and Falling Creek at $22,000. Churches planning 
new educational buildings are: Trinity on Institute Charge, Raleigh Highway, New 
Hope, Andrews, Bethel on Beston Charge, Saulston, Princeton, Brogden, Pine Forest, 
Selma, Wallace, Farmville and Mt. Olive. 

St. Paul Church has built a lovely prayer chapel this year. Breitz Memorial pur- 
chased a church building. The following churches are planning new sanctuaries: Pink 
Hill, St. Luke and Rones. 

7. Salaries: We are glad to say that 35 of our 54 charges have increased the salaries 
by $11,275 for next year. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

A. J. Hobbs, District Superintendent 

Loyalty to Christ and His Church has led our people, both ministers and laymen, to 
aew heights this year. In every phase of our Church's program they have proved that 
great things can be accomplished when we let our Master lead the way. 

Membership and Evangelism. As of May 16, we had received 1,428 new members 
into our churches, 652 of these by profession of faith. But our losses have been heavy — 
1,109 — leaving us a net gain of 319. Three hundred fifty-three infants were baptized. 
Our Tri-District Christian Witness Mission brought 47 decisions for Christ. Two 
members came by transfer of letter. 

Christian Education. With enthusiasm our District entered into our Conference-wide 
Campaign for capital funds for our colleges, raising in cash and pledges approximately 
$404,000. 

We have 15,835 members enrolled in our church schools, a small gain over last 
I year. Vacation Schools, Bible Conferences, and Christian Workers' Schools have 
strengthened our educational program. 1,061 families receive our "North Carolina 
Christian Advocate." 

Missions and Church Extension. Our churches have given $18,000 for mission spe- 
1 cials. The women keep our District 100% organized for die Woman's Society of Chris- 
tian Service. Response to the several special causes has been gratifying. 

New churches have been organized at Beulaville, and at Northwoods in Jackson- 
ville. The new $70,000 church at Newport has been formally opened. 
• Trenton Church, valued at $30,000, has been dedicated. Education buildings have 
; been dedicated as follows: Riverside, New Bern, $40,000; Atlantic, $30,000; Oak Grove, 
Hubert Charge, $20,000. We have five new parsonages: Saint James, Greenville, 
; $18,000; Northwoods, Jacksonville, $18,000; Midway-Bethlehem, $20,000; Salem,, 
,$20,000; Vanceboro, $26,000. 

We have spent on parsonages and church buildings $292,000. 

A new church is planned for the Country Club area of New Bern. The name will 
I be Garber Methodist Church, honoring our distinguished episcopal leader. 



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For extension purposes, we have secured land at Markers Island, Marshallberg, 
Swansboro, and Vandemere. 

Lay Activities. Our District Lay Leader, Roy L. Turnage, Jr., has given inspiring 
leadership for our laymen. Five hundred seventy-five were in attendance at our District 
Lay Rally. We have organized four new Methodist Men's Clubs, giving us a total of 
47, with a membership of 1,290. 

Benevolence Acceptance. For the 1959-1960 Conference year our churches have 
accepted the askings for the Seven Benevolences, plus $960. 

Pastors' Salaries. For 1959-1960 our Pastors' salaries will be $13,885 in excess of this 
year. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Graham S. Euhank, District Superintendent 

This, my first report as a District Superintendent, is truly a report for the pastors 
and the lay people of the Raleigh District. No one in any position could have re- 
ceived greater support, cooperation, and help than they have given me and the pro- 
gram of our Church this year. During my recent illness, their friendship, prayers, and 
help with the work contributed immeasurably to my successful recovery. I am greatly 
indebted to all who have worked so faithfully and joyfully. Their heroic labors and 
love are to be found in a stronger Methodism and a more courageous Christian faith 
in the Raleigh District. 

College Capital Funds Campaign: The College Capital Funds Campaign was con- 
ducted in each church in the District. It was received well in most churches; and even 
though the quota was not achieved, it was highly successful. Thirty-nine churches 
pledged 100%, or more of their quotas. We had 100% cooperation of pastors and I 
churches in the Conference and District Rallies. The total amount pledged in thef 
District was $578,585.00. 

Membership and Evangelism : The commitment of our pastors and our laymen to the 
major task of the Church, that of winning people to Christ and the Church, is evi-f 
denced in the addition of new members. Approximately 1,800 new members have been i 
received in the churches in the Raleigh District, with a net gain in membership of 
over 700. Five of our churches have received more than 100 new members during the 
year: Cary, Edenton Street, Fairmont, Hayes Barton, Longview, and Trinity, with i 
Longview, one of our younger churches, having the largest net gain in membership. 

Christian Education: The total program of Christian Education has been promoted 
in the District. Four Christian Workers Schools have been held, with a larger enroll- 
ment than in past years. A Vacation Church School Institute was held, and Vacation 
Church Schools have been held in most of the churches. Sub-District youth meetings j 
are held monthly, and a very successful District Rally was held in March. A large j 
number of our children and youth attend camps, Christian Adventure Camps, and the j 
Youth Assemblies and Conferences. We have had an increase of approximately 1,000 \ 
new members in Church School enrollment. Church School Rally Day, Race Relations I 
Sunday, and Methodist Student Day have been observed with program and offering. ! 

Missions and Church Extension: Mission Specials are being promoted, and our Dis- 
trict goal is that each church in the District support one of each of the four areas of 
Mission Specials. We continue to urge support of the Ten Dollar Club and the ob- 
servance of Church Extension Sunday 'in each church. 

A new church, Asbury, has been organized in north Raleigh. This church is spon- 
sored jointly by the Raleigh City Board of Missions and the Conference Board of 
Missions and Church Extension. 

City planners predict that Raleigh will double its population by 1970, making it 
a city of 200,000 population. This means an increase of 10,000 per year. We will need 
to start at least one new Methodist church in Raleigh each year during this period of 
expansion if we meet our responsibility as a Christian church. 

The Woman's Society of Christian Service: The Woman's Society of Christian Serv- 
ice, under the leadership of Mrs. D. H. Sutton, President, is making a real contribution 



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to the total program of the Church. During this year, two Sub-District meetings were 
held in each Sub-District, and a District Conference was held in the Spring. All of the 
meetings were well attended and well supported. 

Lay Activities: Our laymen have been very active during this year working in the 
College Capital Funds Campaign, attending all meetings, including District and Con- 
ference meetings, the Laymen's Retreat at Duke University, and approximately 600 
were in attendance at the Lay Rally. One hundred fifty laymen conducted approximately 
200 services during Lent in the No-Silent-Pulpit Program. 

New Buildings: New church buildings have been completed at Wesley Chapel, 
Franklinton Charge; Cool Springs, Mamers Charge; Sims, Mt. Pleasant Charge; Zion, 
Norlina Charge; St. Marks, Raleigh; and White Memorial, Henderson. Education 
buildings have been completed at Mt. Zion, Garner Circuit; Louisburg; and Union 
Chapel, Granville Charge. New parsonages have been completed at Bailey and Pleas- 
ant Grove Churches. New parsonages have been purchased at Longview Gardens and 
Mamers Charge. New churches are under construction at Garner; Layden Memorial; 
and Spring Hill and Union, Mamers Charge. An educational building is under con- 
struction at Lillington. New parsonages are under construction at Holly Springs and at 
Trinity Church in Franklin County. Several other churches and charges are planning 
new buildings and parsonages. 

Charge Divisions: The Tar River, Vance, Granville, Middleburg, and Warren 
Charges will be divided, forming six additional charges for next year. 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

Walter C. Ball, District Superintendent 

This report of necessity is brief, but it is representative of the faithful work of our 
Pastors, Laymen and Women of the Rocky Mount District. It has been a personal 
pleasure to share with you all the achievements in every field of endeavor this con- 
ference year. 

Education: In the field of Christian Education for the local Church and for the pro- 
gram of higher Christian Education, we have had great success. In the college cam- 
paign the people of our District pledged $522,901.00. The District rates second in its 
highest percentage and also in the amount it pledged. In this campaign many of our 
members and churches shared also very liberally in the first campaign put on to bring 
the college to Rocky Mount. They have set us a high ideal for this good cause. 

We have added approximately a thousand new pupils to our Church Schools. Our 
Training Classes, and our Vacation Church Schools have all been well attended and with 
good results. Perhaps in the nine counties in northeastern North Carolina comprising 
the Rocky Mount District that still our greatest need is to oaptivate the minds and 
hearts of many children who are not in any Church School. 

Evangelism: Revivals in all of our Churches are being concluded by the time of our 
annual conference. Thus far we have received into the Church some more than one 
diousand new members, and we have added to our Preparatory Rolls by the baptism 
of infants and small children, approximately 225. The winning of persons to Christ 
and His Church is the work of all dedicated Christians and we are trying to hold this 
before us at all times in the program of our Church. 

Missions and Church Extension: In Missions, our Churches have supported the 
Garrisons in the amount of $2,436.00. The Alaskan College has received $1,105.00. For 
General and Conference Specials more than $5,000.00 has been given. We have in the 
District 467 members of the Ten Dollar Club. 

Our most important achievement in Church Extension comes through a gift of 
12-6/10 acres of land in Wilson, North Carolina. This land has been purchased by the 
members of the First Methodist Church at a cost of $15,000.00 and has been given 
! free of debt for the establishment of a new Methodist Church on West Nash Exten- 
sion. We expect Bishop Garber at the session of this annual conference to appoint a 



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pastor for this new church. It will be located near Wilson's handsome $2,000,000.00 
high school and is in a section of rare beauty, with vast possibilities. 

Many of our churches are working towards the goal of becoming self-sustaining. 
This year the Roanoke Charge accepted a $800.00 increase in salaries and becomes 
self-supporting. The Englewood Church, situated in Rocky Mount, will within this 
next year achieve this same goal also. 

The expenditures on parsonages, educational buildings and general repairs, has 
amounted to $878,000.00. The two significant achievements in this field has been the 
completion and the opening last fall of the new Education Building in Weldon and 
completely renovated Sanctuary. The church in Weldon now has facilities for every 
church purpose, adequate equipment that is hardly excelled by any church of this size 
in our conference. In January the handsome Sanctuary and the additional Church 
School facilities of the First Methodist Church in Rocky Mount were officially opened 
by Bishop Paul Garber and Bishop Ralph Cushman. This is a building of rare beauty 
and is a great asset to our people and the city of Rocky Mount. In Windsor a beautiful 
new Sanctuary and educational building is under construction. At Garysburg, we have 
under construction there a most excellent Educational Building which will be ready for 
use by the end of the summer. The parsonage on the Wesley Memorial Charge has 
been dedicated. The Gold Valley Sanctuary and Sunday School rooms, and the Sunday 
School rooms at the White Oak Church on the Windsor Charge dedicated also. Many 
of our parsonages and churches are working towards the clearance of all indebtedness 
against them in 1959-1960. 

Finance: At the present time we are concluding the rounds of our Quarterly Confer- 
ence. The "Askings" for 1959-60 are being accepted in full. All of our churches are 
now engaged in completing their local and conference budgets for this year. We are 
hopeful that these budgets will be paid in full. There has been demonstrated by our 
people a fine Christian spirit in accepting these conference items in full, as well as in 
many places increasing the salaries of the local pastors. 

The Women's Society of Christian Service: Our women, led by Mrs. Harold Braswell 
and other consecrated women, have done a fine job in every phase of our church pro- 
gram this year. We have all been given sustaining encouragement in the college cam- 
paign and other works of the church through them. In their District meetings and 
Sub-District meetings which I have had the privilege of attending, I have found them 
to be of high order and largely attended. 

Laymen: Our Lay Leader, Mr. E. E. Adkins and his associates have lead us all in a 
full and responsive program during this conference year. Our Laymen of the District in 
their work for the college campaign and their attendance at public meetings and their 
spirit generally has lifted us and encouraged us from every angle. There is continued 
progress among our men in Evangelism, Missions, and Stewardship. For this, all of us 
are grateful. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

J. E. Garlington, District Superintendent 

The following report is submitted to the Conference with a keen sense of apprecia- 
tion to a dedicated and loyal group of ministers and laymen. These fine people have 
made this report possible by their untiring efforts in promoting the total program of 
our great church. 

Evangelism : There have been 620 additions by profession of faith and 432 by trans- 
fer of letter. Losses by transfer and by death amounted to 559. 

New Churches Organized: Two new congregations were organized in Robeson 
County. One of these is Philadelphus with 39 members and 105 enrolled in church 
school. The other is Collins Chapel with 15 members and 47 enrolled in church school. 

Church Dedications: The congregations at Peace and Evergreen dedicated their 
lovely new churches in October and November. The loyal people at Sneads Ferry 
built and dedicated a very fine and adequate educational building. 

Church Buildings: A very lovely new church has been built at Riegelwood costing 
$35,000. Carolina Beach has just finished a beautiful new church, which is completely 



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air-conditioned, costing $55,000. Our new church at Wirightsboro has added a very at- 
tractive sanctuary to their educational building. 

Educational Buildings: Dixon Chapel, Sharon, Andrews Chapel, Wrightsville Beach, 
and Sneads Ferry have added additional facilities to their church buildings. A total of 
$392,363.00 has been spent this year on new buildings, improvements, and liquidation 
of debts. Ten addtional projects are now under construction, or in the planning stage, 
costing $362,500.00. 

New Parsonages: Approximately $40,000 has been spent for new parsonages and im- 
provements. Shallotte Circuit, Lumberton Circuit, and Bethel have lovely new parson- 
ages. Old Dock has purchased land and will build a new parsonage next year. In the 
past three years, approximately one quarter of a million dollars has been spent for 
parsonages. 

Pastor's Salaries: Salaries have been increased approximately $12,000 making a total 
of $44,000.00 increase in salaries during the past three years. 

Colleges: A wonderful spirit was shown as we undertook our campaign for Christian 
Higher Education. During the campaign, 63 of our churches reached, or went beyond, 
their goals with a quota of $467,000.00. We pledged over $405,000.00 or 86% of our 
quota. I am sure die entire amount will be reached before the drive is over. 

Again the people of Wilmington and Grace Methodist Church are highly honored 
to have the North Carolina Annual Conference convene here for the twelfth time 
during the last century. 



APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS' SCHOOL 

The eleventh annual Approved Supply Pastors' School at Duke University will be 
held July 13 through August 7, 1959. This school is sponsored jointly by the Divinity 
[School of Duke, the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference, the Department of In- 
Service Training of the General Board of Education of The Methodist Church, and the 
i Annual Conferences in the Southeastern Jurisdiction. During the four weeks of the 
[school supply pastors and traveling preachers taking the conference course of study 
lean complete a full year of the conference course, as required in Paragraphs 2044-2048 
! of the 1956 Discipline. In the summer of 1958, 222 students were enrolled. It is antici- 
pated that the number for 1959 will be comparable. 

The majority of the students come from the two conferences in North Carolina, but 
! a large delegation comes from conferences in Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and 
other southeastern states. 

In addition to the required courses, the school features preaching opportunities in the 
klaily chapel services, workshops in English, worship, Christian education, and church 
; administration. A program of recreation provides good balance to the spiritual and 
mental exercises of each day. 

The instructors and other leaders for the 1959 school are: John Bishop, David 
iG. Bradley, John Carlton, Douglas Corriher, Leon Couch, Boyd Daniels, T. A. Lang- 
[ ford, Clyde Manschreck, Bay C. Petry, McMurry S. Bitchey, John J. Budin, B. H. Sales. 

McMurry S. Bichey, Director 
Approved Supply Pastors' School 

REPORT ON BISHOPS COMMITTEE ON CHURCH ARCHITECTURE 

The Rural Church Committee of The Duke Endowment, since the signing of the 
[Indenture of Trust creating The Duke Endowment, has interested itself in aiding with 
the building of rural chinches in North Carolina. 

For some years, the Rural Church Committee of The Duke Endowment has felt 
that better service could be rendered the rural Methodist churches of North Carolina 
if the churches receiving aid from it could be brought into a realization that their causes 
would be better served if their building programs were undertaken with the guidance 
and use of competent architects. 

The Bishop's Committee on Church Architecture of the North Carolina Conference 



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had its beginning in a conference which took place more than two years ago in Wash- 
ington, D. C, between Bishop Paul N. Garber, Mr. R. E. DuMont of The Duke En- 
dowment offices in New York City, and Mr. Marshall I. Pickens, a member of The Duke 
Endowment Board of Trustees. Originally formed with six members, it now has twenty- 
nine: eleven architects, three laymen (non-architects), six ministers (whose connectional 
positions deal with church architecture), and the nine district superintendents. 

The committee meets quarterly at Duke University to receive progress reports and 
devise plans. While the committee is interested in church architecture in general, its 
main emphasis is on improving the architecture of rural Methodist churches. Some of 
its achievements are: 

1. A new awareness of the need for improved rural church architecture. 

2. Eleven splendid architects dedicated to this end. 

3. The architects have pledged themselves to give, without charge, one day's . 
work per month in counseling with the district superintendents, pastors, and local I 
church committees, advising on sites and plans, and in sharing general architectural ser- 
vices in the preliminary phases of building projects (their free services do not include 
the actual drawing of plans and blueprints). 

4. Each district committee of Church Building and Location has on it one or : 
more architects. In most instances, these architects are members of the Bishop's 
Committee. 

5. A brochure on rural church architecture is being prepared by a subcommittee, . 
which committee also has prepared a series of questions designed to obtain information i 
about and to give guidance to a building program in its planning stages. 

6. A subcommittee, composed of the architects, is co-operating with the North 
Carolina State College School of Design in the project of making scale models for r 
rural churches. 

7. The Bishop's Committee has had splendid co-operation from the Eastern 
Carolina Council of Architects and the North Carolina State College School of Design. 

Mr. R. E. Dumont, Treasurer, The Duke Endowment, New York City, has been a 
very helpful member of the committee. He has attended all regular meetings since it 
was organized, in addition to some special meetings with the architects. 

C. D. Barclift, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD 

I 

C. F. Heath, President; C. S. Meekins, Lay Vice-President; L. L. Parrish, 

Ministerial Vice-President; K. R. Wheeler, Secretary-Treasurer 

District Directors Assistants 

Burlington — C. P. Womack, Siler City B. E. Jordan, Saxapahaw I 

Durham— L. C. Vereen, 1210 Broad St., Durham R. L. Harris, Roxboro , 

Elizabeth City — J. E. Richardson, Edenton C. S. Meekins, Manteo I 

Fayetteville — H. C. Ruark, Laurinburg J. P. Gibbons, Hamlet 

Goldsboro — D. A. Petty, Rose Hill R. L. Rollins, Farmville i 

New Bern — L. A. Aitken, Ayden J. D. Messick, Greenville I 

Raleigh — W. L. Clegg H. L. Ridgeway, Raleigh 

Rocky Mount — L. L. Parrish, Roanoke -Rapids J. A. Glover, Nashville 

Wilmington — Jack Newsome, 110 Ridgeway Dr., Wilmington R. R. Rogers, 

Tabor City 
The Brotherhood is a group of Methodist ministers and lay people who want to I 
express their sympathy to the bereaved widow of a Methodist minister in a way that ' 
will be of real assistance when it is most needed. Instead of sending telegrams or flowers, ] 
gifts of $1 by superannuate ministers and lay people; $3 by pastor members whose 
salary is under $3,000; $4, if the salary is from $3,000 to $4,000; and $5 if above j 
$4,000. This money is sent by the Treasurer as soon as the death is reported to him, 
and the widow has the needed money to pay funeral expenses even before she receives ,( 



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any money from insurance. This is not an insurance company. It is a fellowship, a 
brotherhood. 

The membership is made up of 319 beneficiary (ministers) and 222 non-beneficiary 
(lay) members, a total membership of 541. We would like to express our appreciation to 
the lay people who are members of the Brotherhood. Their support has meant much to 
the Brotherhood and we hope many more will join. 

The following calls were made this year: 162 — N. B. Strickland; 163 — B. F. Boone; 
and 164 — H. G. Cuthrell. Each widow or family received a sum of $1,400. 

Article 10 of the Constitution of the Brotherhood states: "Any minister of die 
N. C. Conference on Trial or in Full Connection, or any accepted supply Pastor doing 
supply work in the Conference, may become a beneficiary Member of the Brodierhood 
by payment of an Initiation Fee of $1, and within 30 days from the date of entrance a 
Mortuary Assessment of $3, if salary is under $3,000; $4 if salary is from $3,000 to 
$4,000; and $5, if salary is $4,000 or above; provided that, if he has served as a clerical 
member one year or more, the initiation fee and mortuary assessment shall be as follows: 
Length of Service Initiation Fee Mortuary Assess. 

1 year $2.50 $ 3.00 

2 years 3.00 5.50 

3 years 3.50 8.50 

4 years 4.00 12.00 

5 years 4.50 16.00 

6 years 5.00 20.50 

7 years 5.50 25.50 

8 years 6.00 31.00 

(The table may be projected at the same method of progression to determine ini- 
tiation fee and mortuary assessment of a minister with any number of years beyond 
eight). 

Article 7 of the Constitution and By-Laws of the Brodierhood reads: "A member 
who shall fail to pay any assessment due, as aforesaid, within thirty (30) days from 
the date of notice, shall forfeit his membership in the Brotherhood; Provided, that any 
member forfeiting his membership under this Article shall be re-admitted to the 
Brotherhood upon the payment of all arrears; Provided, further, that if a member shall 
die before the next session of the Annual Conference, and his beneficiaries should at 
or before said session pay all arrears, the Treasurer shall call an assessment on account 
of his death." 

We hope each member of the Brotherhood will pay his assessments when the notice 
is sent out so that the beneficiaries may be paid promptly and when they need it. 
Your cooperation is necessary. 

C. F. Heath, President 

B. L. Bame, Secretary-Treasurer 

II 
ANALYSIS OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF CALLS 

June 23, 1958-June 22, 1959 

Beneficiaries Non-Benef. Total Payment 

161 N. B. Strickland $ 1,101.00 $ 243.50 $ 1,344.50 $ 700.00 

162 B. F. Boone 1,091.00 242.50 1,333.50 1,400.00 

163 H. G. Cuthrell 1,036.00 213.50 1,249.50 1,400.00 

All other calls 270.00 105.00 375.00 



$ 3,498.00 $ 804.50 $ 4,302.50 $ 3,500.00 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
June 23, 1958-June 22, 1959 
Cash balance, June 23, 1958 $ 1,736.76 



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RECEIPTS 

Calls $ 4,302.50 

Initiation Fees 15.00 

Mortuary Assessment (New Members) 29.00 

Dividends ( Building and Loan Stocks ) 7.00 



$ 4,353.50 
$ 6,090.26 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Payments to beneficiaries $ 3,500.00 

Cards, Postage 36.50 

Treasurer's Calls Paid 15.00 

Bank Exchange 11.95 

$ 3,563.45 
Balance on Deposit, June 22, 1959 $ 2,526.81 $ 6,090.26 

R. L. BAME, Secretary-Treasurer 
N. C. Conference Brotherhood 



REPORT OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

The Council's Annual Assembly was held January 26-28, 1959, at Duke University, 
Durham. The largest list of speakers and probably the largest number of delegates 
made this an outstanding meeting. Dr. Cecil W. Robbins, President of Louisburg Col- 
lege, was elected Council President. 

Some outstanding features of the Council's 1958-1959 program were: 
Christian Education 

The annual Family Life Conference for Ministers held in Durham, April 20-21, 
1959; the splendid growth and development of the Council's Youth Department 
(UCYM) which organized a number of local youth councils and which employed the 
services of a Youth Associate, The Reverend Mark Kase; continuation of the program 
of week-day Bible teaching which reached over 33,000 students of high school and 
elementary school age; sponsorship of the N. C. Student Christian Council for College 
Youth. 

Christian Social Action 

The Committee on Alcoholism sponsored an Institute for Ministers and Social 
Workers at Atlantic Christian College, Wilson, and was active in cooperating with 
several local groups sponsoring similar institutes under other auspices. The Council's 
Public Affairs Committee continued its excellent work of reporting to the churches on 
matters of moral and spiritual interest in Raleigh. For the first time this year, the 
Committee sponsored a Churchman's Raleigh Seminar which brought together Minis- 
ters and lay persons with members of the General Assembly and also heads of State 
Government Departments. The meeting was held April 14, 1959, in First Presbyterian 
Church, Raleigh. An excellent conference on World Affairs co-sponsored by the Coun- 
cil's Committee on National and World Affairs was held last June at Blue Ridge As- 
sembly and a similar conference is planned for the summer of 1959. The Committee 
also took an active part in sponsoring and planning the Annual World Affairs Confer- 
ence held each February in Chapel Hill. An institute on Human Relations held in 
Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, April 6-7, 1959, was co-sponsored by the 
Council's Human Relations Committee. The Council Director was among those taking 
part on the program. 

Ecumenical Relations 

The Council's Committee on Evangelism in cooperation with the National Council 
of Churches is sponsoring for the first time this year a summer Ministry in Doughton 



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National Park on the Blue Fudge Parkway. This will be one of the first such projects 
leld east of the Rocky Mountains. The Radio-TV Committee is sponsoring the pro- 
duction of the television program "Talk Back" (produced nationally by TRAFCO). 
rhis program, which runs for half an hour and includes both a film and a live studio 
>anel was scheduled in the Spring of 1959 over both WRAL Channel 5, Raleigh, and 
kVFMY Channel 2, Greensboro. Plans are under way for showing on other television 
;tations in the State. 

Pastoral Ministry 

The Pastor's Conference held in association with the annual meeting in Durham 
Jrew over 200 persons. Dr. J. V. L. Casserley, Dr. E. G. Homrighausen, and Bishop 
Htazen G. Werner were the speakers. At an evening service, the speaker was Dr. Edwin 
I\ Dahlberg. 

Migrant Ministry 

During 1958, the Council's Ministry to our 15,000 migrants continued to grow, 
rwelve staff workers ministered in six counties over the State and in Child Care 
Centers at Elizabeth City and Hendersonville. A used station wagon was purchased in 
the Spring of 1959 to assist the station wagon already being used by the Council to 
serve the territory covered. Additional Child Care Centers to reach the hundreds of 
children still uncared for in the camps and additional staff who reach new areas not 
now covered are of prime importance in this ministry. 

CROP — Church World Service 

During 1958, die CROP work carried on through the Council office without the 
services of a Staff Director. As a result of expenses being reduced to virtually nothing 
through the efforts of the Council of Churches, the net returns from CROP in North 
Carolina were increased by over $1,500.00 in 1958. A similar program is planned for 
1959 with a minimum goal of $15,000.00. CROP is still urgently needed to send food, 
medicine and farm equipment to the millions over the world who are refugees from 
communism and who live in areas where an adequate food supply has not been 
acheived. The Council continued to carry on its program of collecting clothing for 
overseas relief with 86,000 pounds reported in 1958, an increase of 18,000 pounds over 
the previous year. For 1959, a goal of 100,000 pounds has been set to meet minimum 
needs in the world. 

Miscellaneous 

The Rural Church Committee sponsored a one-day conference in Raleigh, Sep- 
tember 30, 1958, and has now set plans for a State-wide convocation August 9-11, 
1960, at North Carolina State College. M. Wilson Nesbitt of Duke Divinity School is 
Chairman of this committee. An Institute for Pastors was co-sponsored for the second 
year by the Council at Elizabeth City Teachers College, April 29, 1959. Attendance 
increased for the second year and similar programs are planned for the year ahead. The 
Council continued to compile and publish information on foreign students in the 
State's colleges and institutions of higher learning. A total of 779 students were listed 
in the fall of 1958, the largest number since these reports were begun. Churches in 
various groups within the Church, particularly United Church Women, have been active 
in arranging hospitality for these students. 

United Church Women had another fine year of service. There are now 50 local 
councils in the State cooperating with this department of the Council. 

Summary 
Your State Council of Churches has never stood higher in its influence in North 
Carolina. It is doing an increasingly effective work at a cost of less than four cents a 
ear per constituent member, and it deserves increasing support. 

MORTON R. KURTZ, Executive Director 



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DEACONESS BOARD 



We now have three active deaconesses serving in the North Carolina Conference. 
They are: Miss Ethelynde Ballance, Director, Christian Education, Raeford Methodist 
Church; Miss Mamiej Chandler, Director of the Methodist Student Center, Green- 
ville; Miss Mary Finch, Teacher at Louisburg College, Louisburg. 

Miss Finch comes to us as a transfer. Having served as a missionary in Japan since 
1925, she found it necessary to return home. She accepted the deaconess relationship, 
and for the past year has been serving on the Louisburg College faculty. 

We also have within our conference two retired deaconesses: Miss Jennie Congleton, 
Greenville, and Miss Elizabeth R. Davis, Rocky Mount. 

During the past year, Miss Sarah McCracken and Miss Alta Nye were honorably 
discharged from the deaconess relationship for personal reasons. 

Our deaconesses have served in many ways, not only in their appointed places of 
service, but throughout the conference. Miss Chandler is continuously presenting the call 
to full-time Christian service to college students through the program of the Methodist 
Student Center. She has served as a leader in Methodist Student Movement conferences 
and groups. She is now serving on the Durham Regional Personnel Committee. Miss 
Ballance has served as counselor and leader in the Conference Methodist Youth As- 
semblies, as a resource leader in the conference-wide Church Vocations Conference, 
and as the Fayetteville District Secretary of Missionary Personnel in the Woman's 
Society of Christian Service. 

The members of the Deaconess Board continuously feel the necessity for interpre- 
tation of the deaconess relationship. Every opportunity is used to inform youth and 
adults that deaconesses serve through all agencies of the church from the local to the 
national level. Youth need to be informed concerning the opportunities and privileges 
open through the deaconess relationship. 

Our Conference Deaconess Board stands ready to share information in any way we 
can. Our deaconesses are ready to speak to groups whenever possible. 

The Deaconess Board recommends: 

That the film, "Make All Things New," a new film on the work of the deaconess, 
be shown in local churches, particularly to intermediate and senior MYF groups, and 
to adult groups for the purpose of interpreting the work of the deaconess. 

That the film, "Make All Things New," be shown at Conference Youth Assemblies. 

That the deaconess relationship be presented to all women employees of the church, 
and to business and professional women in the local church. 

That the Commission on Christian Vocations in each local church stress the im- 
portance of "creating the atmosphere" in which youth may hear the call to full-time 
Christian service. We believe this atmosphere is best created in a church where local 
leaders serve joyously and enthusiastically. 

That deaconesses work in cooperation with the Mental Health Association on local, 
state and national levels, using literature and visual aids available. 

ETHELYNDE BALLANCE, Chairman 
MRS. W. I. McLAMB, Secretary 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

All the district conference records are accounted for and found to be in good order. 
The committee recommends that each district procure a permanent record binder, 
capable of accommodating the various written reports offered at district conference, 
without transcription. Also, we remind the various secretaries to pick up their records 
from the committee room at the close of the annual conference session. 

J. H. MILLER, JR., Chairman 
J. C. P. BROWN, Secretary 



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THE REPORT OF DUKE ENDOWMENT 

The following is a statement of the activities of the Duke Endowment in the two 
Methodist Conferences of North Carolina for the Conference Year 1958-59. 
Church Building Aid 

Number of requests for approval of architectural plans 286 

Number requesting financial aid 82 

Requests investigated by Field Director 82 

Requests approved for financial aid: 67 

North Carolina Conference 26 $ 86,750.00 

Western North Carolina Conference 41 $135,465.00 

Total amount appropriated for Building Aid 1958-59 67 $222,215.00 

Number of churches deferred not being able to pay their 

total debt in two years with Duke Aid: 13 

North Carolina Conference 5 

Western North Carolina Conference 8 

13 
Church Maintenance Fund 

Amount of Fund Used for Mission Aid $ 40,000.00 

Number of Mission Charges Aided: 60 

North Carolina Conference 33 

Western North Carolina Conference 27 



Amount of Fund Used for Summer Assistant Pastors $ 70,000.00 

North Carolina Conference $ 36,780.00 

Western North Carolina Conference ... $ 33,220.00 

$ 70,000.00 
Number of Charges aided by Summer Assistant Pastors 113 

North Carolina Conference 60 

Western North Carolina Conference 53 

113 

Total amount distributed for Maintenance $110,000.00 

Superannuate Fund 
Total Persons Aided in both Conference up to 1958 837 

North Carolina Conference 331 

Western North Carolina Conference 506 

837 

Persons Aided 1958 Conference Sessions 15 

North Carolina Conference 4 

Western North Carolina Conference 11 

15 

Total Persons Aided up to present 852 

Amount Appropriated for Superannuate Fund 1958-59 $ 65,000.00 

Total Duke Endowment Aid 1958-59 

For Church Building $222,215.00 

For Church Maintenance $110,000.00 

For Superannuate Fund $ 65,000.00 

Total $397,215.00 

A. J. WALTON 



158 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Vergil E. Queen, President W. Stanley Potter, Secretary 

I 
DIVISION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH 

Section A 

COMMITTEE ON GENERAL CHURCH SCHOOL WORK 

John M. Meares, Chairman 

Progress Report for 1958-1959 

The Committee on General Church School Work in carrying out its functions seel 
to help each local church to develop a creative Christian education program which will 
help each church and church school member to experience such dedicated and< 
trained relationship to Jesus Christ and His church that God can use him for a more 
perfect realization of his purposes in every area of personal and social living, and that 
others may be brought into this active fellowship. 

Progress is being made in our conference in the field of Christian education. We 
are happy to report a more effective program of leadership training, a growth in the 
use and understanding of our Methodist literature, greatly improved educational fa- 
cilities, an increase in church school membership and attendance, and a greater un- 
derstanding of and deeper commitment to die goals and purposes of Christian education. 

In the area of leadership training for the year 1958-1959 more than 4,000 persons 
were reached in 25 subdistrict Christian Workers' Schools; 236 persons were reached in i 
local church one-teacher schools; three special schools were held for small churches, 
and informal classes were held in many local churches. 

Twelve curriculum Seminars for pastors and church school superintendents were 
held in connection with the Vacation Church School Institutes, reaching about 250' 
people. Thirty persons took advantage of the opportunity offered in the Seminar for' 
Certified Instructors, led by Dr. Robert Powell and Dr. J. Irvin McDonough. Twenty-one 
persons attended the Leadership and Laboratory Schools at Lake Junaluska. Commis- 
sion Workshops were held in eighteen different areas in the conference, and approxi- 
mately 600 people received help. 

All of these leadership training projects and other age-group training enterprises 
were financed by the Church School Rally Day offering. 

Recommendations for General Church School Work 

The emphasis for 1959-1960 stressing enlistment is a part of the on-going emphasis: 
upon the local church through the Quadrennium 1956-1960. The Committee on Gen-i 
eral Church School Work seeks to give guidance to the local churches of our confer- 
ence for this "hour of opportunity" in the following areas: 

1. Enlistment for Church School Membership and Attendance. 

2. Enlistment for Christ and Church Membership. 

3. Enlistment and training for Leadership in the Church and Church School. 

1. Enlistment for Church School Membership and Attendance 

The church school is the church's educative arm. To extend and strengthen edu- 
cation in the local church is to under gird the total program of the church. In the 
church school we have one of the most effective ways of reaching people with Chris- 
tian teaching that develops, enriches, and changes fives for Christ. The church school 
touches all ages in its ministry. There are over seventy million persons in the United 
States who have no church affiliation. Three out of every five persons are not in any> 
church school. We seek to lead these persons to the church and to Christ. To this end 
we make the following suggestions for guidance in this task: 

a. Re concerned — Get the whole church interested — Challenge your people 
through talks at the church school hour and through the eleven o'clock sermon. 



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b. Secure the most capable person to be Superintendent for Membership Cul- 
tivation. Organize for action. 

c. Discover prospects. Use a card system. 

d. Assign prospects to workers. 

e. Invite prospects intelligently — Train visitors to visit. Prospects may be won 
or lost by this first contact. 

f. Welcome new members — Follow up absentees — Assign fellowship friends. 

g. Improve the teaching program of the Church School. 

h. Improve facilities — Clean up — Paint up. — Churches planning to build or 
remodel church school facilities are encouraged to take advantage of free consultation 
service on church school buildings and equipment offered by the General Board of 
Education and to call on the Conference Board of Education Staff for guidance. All 
projects should be cleared through the District Board of Church Location and 
^Building. 

i. Sponsor outpost church schools under the supervision of the local church com- 
mission on education. Count enrollment for the local church. Keep under local church 
control. 

j. Plan for home members — all ages — keep vitally connected with the church. 

k. Every class or group have definite plans for securing new members. 

2. Enlistment for Christ and Church Membership 

The purpose of the church is to help persons commit their lives to God through 
Jesus Christ and live in loving obedience to his will. Christian education through the 
church school is a way of realizing this purpose of the church in the lives of persons. 
The church school is the most vital evangelistic arm of the church. More new members 
are led into the church by Christian education than by any other activity. Many churches 
are not using the full potential of the church school as an evangelistic arm of the 
church. Our goal is to bring every member of the church school into a vital relationship 
with Jesus Christ and to active church membership. To this end we make the following 
^suggestions for guidance in this task: 

a. Enlist teachers who have a personal relation with Christ, who are growing 
n their own experiences, who set an example by living a moral life, and who attend 
church regularly. 

b. Train teachers in evangelism by having an annual school for evangelistic 
eaching in cooperation with the commission on evangelism. 

c. Reach every church school member through class sessions, visitation, member- 
ship classes for children, youth, and adults. 

d. That each teacher have a responsibility list for church membership. 

e. Have special groups for a study of the faith and beliefs of the Methodist 
Church and of other areas for enrichment. 

f. Have special meetings to honor new members in the church fellowship. 

g. Assimilate new members into the active life of the church. 

h. Have membership classes using the Methodist Membership Manual — pre- 
Dhristmas and pre-Easter. 

3. Enlistment and Training for Leadership in the Church and Church School 

A program of Leadership Training is necessary to improve understanding of the 
ask of leading and teaching in the Church School. It is as important to be trained 
n the work in the area of the church school as it is in any area. We must have a 
program that will help the prospective teachers know how to do the job. This training 
■vill help the teacher to mature in his own personal and religious life, and enable the 
-•hurch school to fulfill its purpose of bringing all its members into a vital relationship 
■vith Christ Jesus. We make the following suggestions for guidance in this task: 

a. Commission on Education draw up a list of standards for teachers and other 
eaders. 

b. Develop a job analysis — Know what is expected of leadership. 

c. Determine leadership needs, turnover of leaders, need for expansion. 

d. Select leaders carefully — Establish leadership file for total membership from 
vhich to recruit workers. 



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e. Invite leaders intelligently, train persons to visit the prospective leaders, mo- 
tivate persons to serve, invite in advance. 

f. Emphasize "team teaching" — Have more than one person for every job. 

g. Train leaders thoroughly. Training enterprises would include workers con- i 
ference, observation, week-end clinics, local church leadership training classes, dis- I 
cussions with pastor and other leaders, subdistrict laboratory and training schools, j 
conference and regional training opportunities, home study courses, and selected 
reading. 

Miscellaneous 

1. Special Service to Small Churches 

The Conference Board of Education through its special service program to small 
churches will provide the instructor for the following courses to be taught in the small 
church (charge): 

a. Christian Education in the Small Church. 

b. How to Teach in the Church School. 

c. How to Improve the Church School. 

d. Goals and Materials for Methodist Church Schools. 

2. Special Days to be Observed 

a. Church School Rally Day, September 27, 1959, with the promotion of special 
free will offering for the support of the program of leadership training. 

b. Christian Education Week, September 27-October 3, 1959. 

c. Race Relations Day, February 14, 1960, with special offering for Paine . 
College. 

d. Children's Day, May 1, 1960. 

e. National Family Week, May 1-8, 1960. 

f. Methodist Student Day, June 12, 1960. 

g. World Service Sunday, each fourth Sunday. 

3. Opportunities Beyond the Local Church 

a. SEJ Leadership and Laboratory School, Lake Junaluska, July 26-31, 1959, 
(one-week Laboratory School); August 3-14, 1959 (Leadership and Laboratory School). 

b. Institute of Church Music, Lake Junaluska, July 26-31, 1959. 

c. SE Recreation Workshop, Leesburg, Florida, March 16-23, 1960. 

d. Interboard Subdistrict Institutes, September, 1959. 

e. Series of Seminars on the Methodist Sunday Evening Fellowship, early 1960. 

f. Seminar on Church and Church School Architecture, summer of 1960. 

g. A Fellowship of Church School Superintendents in each district to meetj 
twice a year for fellowship and inspiration. 

4. Nominations 

Board of Managers, North Carolina Pastors' School, terms to expire 1961, W. L. j 
Clegg, Leon Russell, E. Clifford Shoaf. 

Section B 

COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN'S WORK 

Lester A. Tilley, Chairman 

Progress Report for 1958-1959 

As the Committee on Children's Work reviews the growth in the enrollment of i 
our children in the Church School, it re'alizes anew the tremendous responsibility which 
it has. The enrollment in this division of the Church School has increased to 45,559. 

For the conference year there were 433 churches which reported their Vacation 
Church Schools. These schools were attended by 27,000 boys and girls, and the total :j 
number of workers was 6,017. 

In preparation for the Vacation Church Schools to be held in the summer of 1959, 
twelve Vacation Church School Institutes were conducted. These one-day sessions as- 
sisted 1,653 persons prepare for their responsibilities in their local Vacation Church j 
Schools. The Institutes were led by excellent instructors from our own conference, j 

Nine district Junior Camps were held in 1958. Attending the camps were 667 boys i 



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and girls led by 118 workers. Thirteen Junior Camps will be held in the summer of 
1959. A special training session for counselors was led by Miss Louise Davis, Miss 
Elizabeth Brown, and the Reverend Robert Regan, June 9-12. 

There is a growing interest in Day Camping conducted by the local churches. To 
help each local church train its leaders a special camp training area has been es- 
tablished at Camp Chestnut Ridge. This training area will be in operation for six 
sessions during the summer. 

During the past year thirty-eight courses in Children's Work were taught in twenty- 
Bve Christian Workers' Schools. Eight hundred and sixty-one persons enrolled, with 
517 receiving course cards of recognition. Included in the above totals are the figures 
Eor the six Observation-Laboratory Courses in which 98 student teachers enrolled, 88 
af whom received course cards. 

Another venture in leadership education was a primary laboratory course taught on 
successive Sunday mornings in a local church. There were 18 student teachers and 
twelve children enrolled. 

To further aid our local churches in the enlistment and training of qualified 
workers for the Children's Division each Superintendent is urged to lead his teachers 
in a Home Study Course, "Understanding Children." 

With continued dedication and concern the Committee on Children's Work looks 
Forward with anticipation to the new year. 

Recommendations for Children's Work 

1. Vacation Church School 

a. That each local church work toward having a 10-day Vacation Church School. 

b. That March 14 through April 1, 1960, be reserved for Area Vacation Church 
School Institutes and that there be fifteen such Institutes. 

2. Camping 

a. That there be more extensive promotion of Day Camping in the local church 
and training opportunities be offered. 

b. That resident Junior Camps be supported on a district basis. 

3. District Directors 

a. That each District Director participate in the Home Study Course for District 
Directors. 

b. That each District Director make a quarterly report to the Conference 
Director. 

c. That each District Director send a quarterly letter to the Superintendents of 
the Children's Division. 

d. That each District Director work closely with the District Secretary of Chil- 
dren's Work of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. 

4. Church-Sponsored Weekday Nursery Schools and Kindergartens 

That a subcommittee be appointed by the Committee on Children's Work. 

a. To set up standards for these schools. 

b. To determine procedures for establishing these schools. 

c. To create a fellowship for teachers in these schools. 

5. That the program of Christian Education for children be presented to the minis- 
ters of each district at a regular district ministers meeting. 

6. Special Days 

a. That children's workers cooperate in every possible way with the total pro- 
gram of Christian education. 

b. That they lead out in the observance of Children's Day, Church School Rally 
Day, Promotion Sunday, and National Family Week. 

7. That churches planning to build or remodel their education facilities consult 
with the Conference Board of Education as to suitability of plans. 

8. That in conjunction with the Membership Training Class (Discipline, Paragraph 
29) a guidance session will be held for the parents of the children joining the church to 
familiarize them with the purpose of the class. 



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9. That more men be encouraged to enter the program of Christian education in 
the children's Division of the local church. 

10. Plans for Observation 

a. That olasses in church schools over the conference be carefully selected and 
offered as observation centers for church school teachers. 

b. That the teachers in these observation classes be given special training in 
the techniques of conducting an observation class. 

c. That those observing be prepared for observing and evaluating such classes. 

11. That a Conference Laboratory School be held in July 1960 

12. That a Home Study Course be held for the teachers in each local church 

a. The Superintendent of Children's Division to take responsibility for leading 
her teachers to enroll in the Home Study Course. 

b. The course recommended for this year is 210, "Understanding Children." 

c. The District Director is to select four churches in the district to give special) 
guidance in this course. 

Section C 

COMMITTEE ON YOUTH WORK 

R. Grady Dawson, Chairman 

Progress Report for 1958-1959 

The Senior Youth Assemblies at Louisburg College were well attended, with 402: 
delegates and staff attending the first two weeks, and 173 delegates and staff attending! 
the workshop assembly. Sixty-six delegates and staff attended the Older Youth-Singlei 
Young Adult Assembly at Camp Don-Lee. 

Enrolled at the Seventh Annual Conference Session for Youth at Duke University 
in August were 525 delegates and staff, who were joined by some 2,000 youth and 
their adult leaders for Rally Day. 

The Board of Evangelism and the Conference MYF jointly sponsored a most suc- 
cessful Tri-District Youth Christian Witness Mission in New Bern in April. Youth from 
the Rocky Mount and Elizabeth City Districts joined with youth from the New Bern 
Subdistrict to win 47 youth to Christ by profession of faith and two by transfer. One 
hundred and eleven new members were won for the MYF. 

District Youth Rallies were conducted by the District Directors of Youth Work 
with good attendance reported. 

Vacation Church School Institutes were conducted by the District Directors of 
Intermediate work and others with 147 persons enrolled. 

In our Conference Christian Workers' Schools 25 courses were held for youth and 
adult workers with youth, with 692 persons enrolled and 365 receiving credits. 

Recommendations for Youth Work 

1. We urge the use of a "Self-Study Guide for our MYF" in each local church as 
a means of enlisting more youth into active participation in a better program of the 
church school and the MYF. 

2. We recommend constant reference to and use of Handbook for the MYF, Youth 
Planbook, and Guidebook for Workers with Youth. 

3. Because three out of every four youth are not church members, we recommend 
that Youth Christian Witness Missions, be held in each local church or charge in co- 
operation with the Conference Board of Evangelism. 

4. We recommend that courses for adult workers with youth be included in every 
Christian Workers' School. 

5. For the support of the missionary concerns in the Methodist Church we recom- 
mend wholehearted participation in the program of stewardship as represented by giv- 
ing to the Methodist Youth Fund. As a means of promoting systematic giving we urge 
each local church to set a minimum goal of $1.00 per member in the Youth Division 
and that a pledge service be held in each local church during the month of May. 

6. We recommend a Youth Mission Study in each local church using the materials 
on Africa and The Church in Town and Country as provided by Friendship Press. 



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7. We urge a Conference-wide Prayer Day be observed on Ash Wednesday, March 
, 1960. 

8. Recognizing the need for the local church to interpret the transition of older 
outh to college, armed services, or employment away from home, we recommend the 
allowing: 

a. For College Students 

(1) Pastor, Secretary of Student Work for WSCS, and Youth Counselors co- 
perate in introducing the work of the Methodist Student program on the college cam- 
ius through a special program of orientation near the time of graduation from high 
chool. 

(2) We strongly urge that each Secretary of Student Work send the blue 
tudent information card to the Methodist Student Director on the college campus by 
uly 1. 

(3) Each college student be given subscriptions to Motive and Power by the 
>cal church, and be remembered with the church newsletter or bulletins. 

b. For members of the Armed Services 

(1) That the Secretary of Student Work present cards of introduction to 
ach inductee to be presented to the Service Chaplain. 

(2) That the weekly church bulletins and Power or the Upper Room be sent 
o each person in the Armed Sendees. 

(3) We recommend the use of the pamphlet "Christians, Stand Guard" (100 
Maryland Ave., N.E., Washington 2, D.C.) and the packet provided by the USO (237 
Cast 52nd St., New York 22, N. Y.). 

c. For Those Employed Away from Home 

(1) We recommend that Pastors write a letter of introduction to the pastor 
>f the local church in the area of employment. 

(2) We recommend that each person be kept on the local church mailing list. 

9. We urge that each local church observe Methodist Student Day on the second 
►unday of June with special offering for National Methodist Scholarships and the 
dethodist Student Loan Fund, and that informative materials be supplied to the en- 
ire church membership. We also recommend that Student Recognition Sunday be 
(bserved in each local church on December 27. 

10. We recommend there be a close working relationship between the District 
Superintendent, District Director of Youth Work, District Secretary of Youth Work 
or WSCS, and the Conference Director of Youth Work in projecting a program that 
vill enlist and train adult workers with youth. 

11. We recommend holding a district retreat soon after ACS for which adequate 
jreparation will be made by the adult workers and the youth officers. This retreat is 
o be a means whereby the material gathered at ACS may be taken to the local MYlTs. 

12. We recommend that a District Rally be held, preferably in the Spring of the 
'ear, and that the Rallies be made as outstanding an occasion as possible. 

13. We wish to commend the Roard of Education for its outstanding program on 
Dhristian Adventure Camping at Camp Don-Lee and for its Youth Assemblies at- 
Louisburg College, Older Youth Assembly at Don-Lee, and ACS at Duke. 

14. We recommend continued support of the Conference Committee on Christian 
locations, and we wish to commend its work this Conference Year. We urge a close 
cooperation between the District Directors of Youth Work and the District Directors of 
Dhristian Vocations. 

Memorial to General Conference, Passed Unanimously, April 24, 1959 

Since the Discipline states that all Methodists, 12-23, are members of the Metho- 
hst Youth Fellowship; and 

Since many college students are not active in the local Methodist Youth Fellowship; 
and since there exists confusion in the minds of youth and their leaders as to whether 
yr not college students should hold office in subdistrict, district, and conference Metho- 
dist Youth Fellowship organizations; 

Therefore, we, the committee on youth work of the Roard of Education of the 



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North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, memorialize the General Con- 
ference to clarify the relationship between the Methodist Youth Fellowship and the 
Methodist Student Movement. 

Section D 

COMMITTEE ON ADULT WORK 
Leon Russell, Chairman 

"No higher charge is laid by democracy upon its teaching institutions than this — 
that the free citizen is to be given the utmost help and encouragement in learning! 
how, and why, to control the decisions by which he agrees to be controlled. Thisi 
means both inquiry and action, and always by and in groups, under the best profes-. 
sional leadership we can muster. It means constantly increased and deepened channels 
rf communication, such as adult education knows how to open. It means expenditurei 
of time, energy, creativeness, and money; and never will education confront a better 
bargain." — John Walker Powell. 

Quadrennial Coals for Adults in North Carolina Conference 

1. Create a consciousness of the unique importance of adults in the life of The< 
Methodist Church and of their need for continuing spiritual, mental, and social growth. 

2. Create an awareness of the Adult Division as a part of the local church organi-i 
zation, and stimulate the formation of Adult Councils in local churches. 

3. Help to increase understanding and mutual appreciation between members of' 
various economic, social, and racial groups both inside and outside the church. 

4. Foster an increased knowledge of the Bible, and the desire to relate it to con- 
temporary life. 

5. Help local adult classes to become redemptive fellowships, to increase activei 
participation by nominal church members in the life of the church. 

6. Improve teaching procedures so as to involve class members in learning situa- 
tions and help each person to assume leadership. 

7. Strengthen marital relationships and enrich family life. 

Progress Report for 1958-1959 

Sixty young adults attended the 1958 workshop, and sixteen worked a week-end 
at Camp Chestnut Ridge. Eleven subdistrict Young Adult Fellowships functioned withi 
bi-monthly or quarterly meetings. Eleven churches reported an observance of Young 
Adult Week. 

Bible Conferences were conducted at Hookerton, Kenansville, Smithfield, and Zebu- 
Ion, with total attendance of over 1,000 persons. Nine adult work courses were offered 
in Christian Workers' Schools. Twenty-five groups agreed to discuss the Talk Back I 
TV series, and over 15,000 sets were reported as viewing the series. 

Enrollment in the Adult Division of the Church School increased 1,541, although a; 
loss of 520 home members of the Adult Division left a total increase of 1,021, or 1.5%. 
Total enrollment reported in the 1958 Journal was 61,166. 

The Conference Director of Adult Work visited 42 local churches, taught in six 
Christian Workers' Schools, and helped to plan, promote, recruit, and train leaders for 
all functions. In addition, he served as chairman of the Family Life Committee of the 
North Carolina Council of Churches, and chairman of the Use Committee of the Talk' 
Back Series; and gave leadership in the, Florida Conference Young Adult Assembly and | 
the Portsmouth, Va., Christian Workers' School. 

Recommendations to Local Churches 

1. An Adult Council in every church. A plan for the small church is being de- 
veloped. 

2. Participation of every adult class in the quadrennial emphasis on enlistment. 

3. a. Consider the class an evangelistic arm of the church. 

b. Provide visitation teams. 

c. Survey all class and church membership rolls, and assign every adult in the 
constituency to some adult class. 



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d. Elect an active director of evangelism in each class. 

e. Take initiative in forming new classes and study groups. 

f. Use teams of teachers and group discussion in teaching. 

g. Select curriculum based on interests of students, 
h. Elect officers in April of each year. 

4. Plan and carry out an effective Young Adult Week, January 17-24, 1960. 

Recommendations for District and Subdistrict Program 

1. To implement the adult work in the local church each District Director of Adult 
/ork will provide a deputation team to visit local churches, help organize, and in- 
truct the Adult Council. The pastor, church school superintendent, or chairman of the 
commission on Education may invite these teams. This service will be furnished at no 
xpense to the local church. It will be the responsibility of the District Director of 
Ldult Work to secure opportunities for the deputation teams to work in at least five 
harges during the church year. 

2. Strengthen the Bible Conference Program by holding at least two Bible Con- 
erences in each district during the week of October 25-30. 

3. Conduct Mental Health Workshops in cooperation with local community re- 
ources, including a discussion of the contributions of the pastor. 

4. Offer clinics for teachers of adult classes — to guide teachers in the experience 
i making a teaching plan involving group procedures, during the week of January 31 
nd following. 

5. Join with Boards of Temperance, World Peace, and Social and Economic Rela- 
ions in sponsorship of a conference on The Social Concerns during the month of 
February. 

6. Include a course on adult work in every Christian Workers' School. 

7. Encourage the organization of subdistrict young adult fellowships wherever 
)Ossible. 

8. The District Director of Adult Work will be responsible for leading the group 
liscussing adult work at the subdistrict Joint Commission Workshops. 

Recommendations for Conference Program 

1. The summer opportunities for adults are as follows: 

Young Adult Workshop, June 12-14, Camp Don-Lee. 

First Family Camp, July 19-22, Camp Don-Lee. 

Older Youth-Single Young Adult Assembly, July 22-26, Camp Don-Lee. 

Second Family Camp, August 16-19, Camp Caroline. 

Third Family Camp, August 19-22, Camp Caroline. 

Leadership School, Lake Junaluska, August 3-14. 

2. We recommend that each Subdistrict Young Adult Fellowship send one repre- 
sentative (expense paid) to the Young Adult Workshop at Camp Don-Lee each summer. 

Section E 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN FAMILY LIFE 

Jesse H. Lanning, Chairman 

We believe that Christian Family Life Education is an imperative necessity in 
bhe church because the basic experiences which develop Christian attitudes, motives, 
and behaviour are intrinsic in the relationships between members of the family group. 
Our ideas of God, Christ, Sin, Salvation, and moral values are more firmly established 
by our families than any other group. This makes the effort to develop Christian fami- 
lies one of the basic aims of the local church. 

Goals 

1. Provide for adequate pre-marital instruction and counseling opportunities. 

2. Provide study, fellowship, inspirational and counseling opportunities to strengthen 
marital and parental relationships and enrich family life. 

3. Encourage the securing of needed counseling resource persons and the forming 
of redemptive fellowship groups. 



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4. Stress the importance of a proper understanding and exercise of Christian disci- 
pline and authority in the home, church, and community. 

Progress Report for 1958-59 

District Directors of Family Life Education, under the supervision of the Confer- 
ence Director of Adult Work met for the second time in Durham in the fall and out- 
lined their work, continued developing a mailing list of family life workers in the local 
churches and offered guidance by mail and visits. 

Training was offered in 

1. A Family Life Institute in Chadbourn; 

2. Christian Workers' Schools courses; 

3. Two Family Camps conducted at Camp Don-Lee with attendance of 225; 

4. N. C. Family Life Council's Annual Conference; 

5. N. C. Council of Churches' Institute on Marriage and Family Counseling for 
pastors; 

6. Family Life Conference at Lake Junaluska; 

1. TRAFCO TV program series, "Talk-Back" for local discussion groups; 

8. Several local churches under leadership of Family Life Committees. 

Recommendations for 1959-60 

1. Conference Level 

a. That the Conference Director of Adult Work nominate, and the District 
Superintendent approve, District Directors of Family Life Education who will work as 
members of the District Christian Education Staff. 

b. That the three new camp sites be utilized for expanding the Family Camping 
Program. 

c. That pastors avail themselves of all opportunities for training in counseling 
with families. 

d. That Conference Staff develop a program calendar of various family life! 
education agencies in North Carolina. 

e. That delegates be sent to die Jurisdictional Family Life Workshop, July 
16-19, at Lake Junaluska by the Annual Conference, and by local churches. 

f. That a series of five one-day Seminars on Pre-marital Counseling for pastors, 
with evening sessions for laymen to follow up the National Family Life Conference, , 
be conducted November 30-December 3. 

2. District and Subdistrict Level 

a. That each District Superintendent have a local church Director of Family 
Life elected in the Quarterly Conference of each local church and that a list of these 
persons be sent to the Conference Board office with the list of other church school 
officials. 

b. That each District Director of Family Life Education select one local church 
in his district and help develop a complete and efficient program on family life there. 

c. That Christian Workers' Schools include courses on the Christian family. 

d. That a training workshop to develop teaching skills for leading parent dis- 
cussion groups in local churches be provided for pastors and lay workers as soon as 
possible. 

e. That a Family Life Institute be held in each district, sub-district, or local 
area where desired. 

3. Local Church Level 

a. That each local church elect a' Director and/or a Committee on Family Life 
Education to plan and conduct its program. 

b. That where possible pastors and laymen develop a continuing family life 
program in cooperation with other appropriate community agencies. 

c. That one or more of the following study opportunities be utilized: 

— a course on Christian Family Life in a one-teacher school. 
— an adult Class making use of the new curriculum material, "Basic Chris- 
tian Book Series." 

— a Parent's Study Class using the "Christian Home Magazine." 
— the Methodist Sunday Evening Fellowship. 



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— a special effort made to participate in Family Life Institutes and Work- 
hops planned and conducted in the District, Sub-District, and Local Areas. 

d. That each local church make an outstanding effort to observe National Family 
Veek every year during the first week in May. 

e. That where possible local churches develop their own family camping pro- 
ram, investigate local possibilities for camping facilities and report such facilities to 
le District Director and/or the Conference Director of Adult Work. 

f. That ministers and laymen encourage local public school officials to include 
Programs on pre-marital education in the school curriculum. 

g. That local churches plan to encourage and give financial assistance to dele- 
tes from their church to the various leadership training opportunities. 

Section F 

COMMITTEE ON DIRECTORS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 
AND MINISTERS OF MUSIC 

Julian Aldridge, Chairman 
Directors of Christian Education 

Progress Report 

A four-day Workshop for Directors of Christian Education and Educational As- 
istants was held jointly with the Western North Carolina Conference in Greensboro, 
November 2-5, 1958. Approximately 37 Directors and Educational Assistants from the 
^orth Carolina Conference were registered for the full program; others attended part 
if the sessions which offered training and practice in group work and an opportunity 
o share successful ideas, programs and activities, and common problems. The group 
vork activities were led by Dr. Robert Powell, Wesley Seminary, Washington, D. C. 
^ resolution concerning minimum standards of certification, salaries, and fringe benefits 
or Directors of Christian Education and Educational Assistants was adopted by the 
'roup. This resolution was to be presented to the two Conference Boards of Education 
or approval and to the Directors section of the Division of the Local Church of the 
General Board of Education of the Methodist Church. Following an evaluation of the 
vorkshop in which the group expressed the benefits of the sessions and the need for 
)ther experiences of this type, plans were made for a similar workshop in the 1960-61 
Conference Year to be held in the North Carolina Conference, the 1959-60 year being 
eft free so that the directors could attend the National Methodist Conference on Chris- 
ian Education in November 1959 at Cincinnati. The following officers of the North 
Carolina Conference Director's Association were elected: President, Miss Jean Turner, 
trinity Methodist Church, Jacksonville; Vice-President, Mr. Orba Smith, Fifth Avenue 
Methodist Church, Wilmington; and Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Jewel Jones Glenn, 
trinity Methodist Church, Durham. 

Recommendations 

In the area of Directors of Christian Education, the committee makes the following 
ecommendation s : 

1. That the Board of Education cooperate with the North Carolina Association of 
Directors of Christian Education and Educational Assistants in their plans for the 
Workshop to be held in the North Carolina Conference in the 1960-61 conference 
rear. 

2. That the Board of Education encourage all churches employing Directors of 
Christian Education and Educational Assistants to send such employees to the Metho- 
list Conference on Christian Education at Cincinnati in November. 

3. That the Board of Education petition the Director's Section of the Division of 
be Local Church of the General Board to consider the following recommendations for 
be standards of certification and re-certification of Directors and Educational As- 
sistants. 

a. Educational Assistants shall have an undergraduate degree in Christian 
Education. 

b. A Director of Christian Education shall have one year of graduate study in 



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Christian Education as well as two years of experience in Christian Education subject 
to renewal every five years with six graduate semester hours or its standardized 
equivalent* in Christian Education or related fields. The renewal to be dated at the 
completion of the academic work or its equivalent. 

4. That the local churches send their Director of Christian Education or Educa- 
tional Assistant to Leadership School at Lake Junaluska this summer with expenses paid! 

5. That the Board of Education emphasize the Schisler Scholarships for graduate 
study in Christian Education and recommend to the ministers that they inform the 
youth of its availability and urge them to take advantage of it. 

6. In the light of the great shortage and the need for trained Directors of Christiam 
Education that the District Superintendents, District Missionary Secretaries, and thei 
pastors encourage local churches to accept a Scholarship for Study in Christian Educa- 
tion as a Mission Special. 

7. That the Board of Education be host to the Directors of Christian Education, Ed- 
ucational Assistants, and Certified Ministers of Music at a dinner during the Annual 
Conference Session at a time and place to be arranged by the Association of Directors. 

8. That the certification of the following Directors of Christian Education be re- - 
newed: Miss Ethelynde Ballance, Roberdel Charge, Route 3, Rockingham, N. Ci : 
Mrs. John C. (Nancy Wike) Andrews, Hayes Barton Methodist Church, Raleigh, N. Ci : 
Miss Mable A. Nance, Front Street Methodist Church, Burlington, N. C; Mrs. W. S. . 
(Martha C. Critcher) Potter, Jr., Ann St. Methodist Church, Beaufort, N. C. 

9. That the following be recognized as transferring to the Newark Annual Con- 
ference: Miss Martha Ellen Stott, South Orange, New Jersey. 

10. That at their request, the following certifications be dropped: 

Mrs. Edgar D. (Jewel Jones) Glenn, Durham, N. C. 

Miss Alta Nye. 

Miss Charlotte Whitfield, Radford, Virginia. 

Ministers of Music 

Progress Report 

A one-day conference-wide meeting of local church choir directors, accompanists, 
and other interested persons was held in Rocky Mount in March. There were over two 
hundred in attendance and the response from the group would indicate that help in 
the ministry of music is wanted. Dr. Bliss Wiant, General Board of Education, Nash- 
ville, Tennessee, headed the faculty, assisted by Mrs. Smith Richardson from the South 
Georgia Conference, and Mr. Glenn Draper and Mr. Euel Belcher of Pfeiffer College. 
There was an attempt in this meeting to interest musicians in our church in affiliating 
with NAFOMM, as well as to give some help in the job each holds in his local church. 
District advisors were elected from each district for the purpose of their ascertaining 
in their districts the kind and amount of such training periods desired and to aid the 
committee in getting information to the people in their districts who are interested in 
the music program. 

Recommendations 

In the area of Ministers of Music, the committee makes the following recommenda- 
tions: 

1. That every local church appoint a music committee and that the name of the 
chairman of this committee be sent to the office of the Board of Education for a mailing 
list as soon as possible. 

2. That every local church place an adequate amount of money in its budget for 
the ministry of music. 

3. That local churches send their Ministers of Music, Choir Directors, and 
Organists to the annual Institute of Church Music at Lake Junaluska, July 26-31. 

4. That Area Christian Workers' Schools be encouraged to include courses on 
music in their curriculum. 

"The General Board of Education — to make available a recommended list of training opportunities 
each year of such standardized equivalents giving the amount of credit due, such as Recreation Work- 
shop, Drama Workshop, National Camp, Jurisdictional Leadership School, Audio-Visual Workshop, 
Extension Courses, Divinity School Seminars, etc. 



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5. That all local Choir Directors and Accompanists be encouraged to affiliate 
with NAFOMM. Information may be secured from Lawrence M. Skinner, Flora Mc- 
Donald College, Red Springs, N. C. 

6. That local churches be encouraged to subscribe to the new Methodist monthly 
magazine "Music Ministry" which will begin publication in October 1959. 

7. That the Board of Education sponsor two area music workshops during the 
coming year; preferably in February 1960; that Dr. Bliss Wiant, Director of Music, 
Division of the Local Church, General Board of Education, be invited again as main 
resource leader. 

8. That the Conference Board of Education set up a Music Reference Lending 
Library. 

9. That the committee inquire into the possibility of planning a two-day Music 
Institute at Duke University in the summer of 1960. 

10. That all eilgible Methodist Musicians seek certification as Methodist Minis- 
ters of Music. Information may be secured from Dr. C. P. Morris, Box 6667, College 
Station, Durham, N. C. 

11. That the following persons be certified Ministers of Music at the 1959 
Annual Conference: Mrs. James A. Dunn, Oxford, N. C. 

12. That the certification of the following Ministers of Music be renewed: 
Mrs. W. J. Flowers, Jr., 202 College St., Mount Olive, N. C. 

Mrs. Gwendolyn B. Dickens, Box 106, Halifax, N. C. 

Mrs. Robert D. Massey, 216 Gannon Avenue, Zebulon, N. C. 

A. Dwight Price, DDS, 232 Flemington Road, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Lawrence M. Skinner, Flora McDonald College, Red Springs, N. C. 

Miss Virginia Caroline Wright, Hertford, N. C. 

Section G 

1. COMMITTEE ON CAMPS 

Brooks Patten, Chairman 

Progress Report 

One of the most significant developments in Christian education in the past few 
years is the rapid growth of church camping, as a part of the larger camping move- 
ment of America. The camping experience affords continuity of experience. It provides 
for learning because camp is a "natural" for persons of every age. Such is the nature 
of our opportunities in this aspect of our program of Christian education. 

Last summer showed a steady enlargement of the Conference Camping Program. 
At Don-Lee a total of 1,353 persons participated in intermediate, junior, young adult, 
older youdi, and family camps. In addition to Camp Don-Lee it was necessary to rent 
Camp Xew Life, Camp Caroline, and Camp Monroe for a total of seven periods of 
camp, involving 617 campers. 

A number of churches carried on Day Camping programs. Retreat groups numbered 
in attendance 627 persons. As a total 2,667 persons participated in the camping pro- 
gram through September. 

Major emphasis has been given last fall and this spring to planning and first steps 
in construction at the newly acquired sites of Camp Chestnut Ridge, Camp Rockfish, 
and Kerr Lake Methodist Camp. With the best leadership consultants and planners to 
be found in the camping field, your committee has carried out detailed studies with 
master plans mow nearing completion. The new sites provide fine and varied camping 
resources. 

New Steps in Program for 1959 

1. Resident Junior Camping at Camp Chestnut Ridge, 280 acres, with maximum of 
48 campers each week. Camping in small group camp sites with eight campers and 
two counselors. 

Facilities — ■"Frontier Village" development plan. Camp shelters made of hogans, 
covered wagons, tepees. Outdoor cooking — food, craft, and tool 
cabinets. Woodcraft, nature, and exploring emphasis. 



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— "Trading Post" central supply store. 

— Kitchen and dining pavilion. 

— Bath House. 

— Small camp sites for concurrent counselor training. 

— Permanent residence constructed for Superintendent of Camps. 

— Garage- workshop. 

2. Kerr Lake Methodist Camp, 140 acres, cookout area developed. 

Facilities — Access road, parking area, well, picnic shelter, tables, fireplaces, 
recreation field, swimming area, boat launching ramp, toilet facilities. 
Camp trailer available fully equipped for local church camping groups. 
The above facilities are available for use by two groups at the same 
time on a reservation basis. Life guards provided by committee out 
of Henderson are required by all groups using the waterfront. 

3. Camp Rockfish — 400 acres, still in master-planning stage, no program for 1959. 
The intent of the Camp Committee is to develop both at Kerr Lake and Camp Rockfish 
programs of resident camping as rapidly as funds will allow, looking to a program next 
summer at one of these sites similar to that projected for 1959 at Camp Chestnut Ridge. 

Thanks Expressed 

Appreciation is extended to the laymen of the Fayetteville, Durham, Burlington, 
and Raleigh Districts for having raised funds to procure the new sites and to begin 
first steps of construction. The committee likewise expresses its appreciation to the 
Raleigh Board of Missions and Church Extension, Inc., for transferring the long-term 
government lease for the Kerr Lake property to the Conference Board of Education. 

The Committee's appreciation is also extended to the many ministers, men and 
women, and students who have volunteered their time to serve as directors and coun- 
selors, to make the above program possible. With an increasing number of trained 
personnel and improvement of facilities, the camping program is making a growing 
contribution to Christian education within the conference. 

General 

The Committee is pleased to announce that Mr. Robert E. Reed of Smithfield has 
been selected to serve as Superintendent of Camps. From his new residence at Camp 
Chestnut Ridge he will carry on the details of development at all three of the new camp 
sites. 

As the annual budget to accomplish the total program of maintenance and de- 
velopment is only $26,000, by necessity development becomes a long-range pro- 
jection. However, it is urged that local church groups in the near-by communities to 
the new sites, laymen and church school organizations, supplement this budget by 
underwriting specific projects wherever possible. 

As the construction of Camp Don-Lee is now complete, and with the incorporation 
of the Board of Education, it is recommended that the Board of Trustees for Camp 
Don-Lee be dissolved. Grateful appreciation is extended to all of these trustees who 
have served most faithfully in their responsibilities. 

2. CAMP DON-LEE, INC. 
L. Roscoe Foreman, Chairman 

The past year was the best year in the history of Camp Don-Lee. A full program 
of camping was carried on during the summer of 1958 and week-end retreats were 
accommodated from time to time throughout the year. A total of 1,353 persons partici- 
pated in intermediate, junior, young adult, older youth, and family camps. Retreat 
groups numbered 627 persons. A total of approximately 2,000 persons spent some time 
at Camp Don-Lee during the past year. The summer camping program was under the 
direction of Rev. Walter N. McDonald of Louisburg College. 

Under the watchful eye of Mr. T. J. Collier of Bayboro, Treasurer of the Camp, 
the buildings have been kept in a good state of repair. Minor repairs have been made 



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an some of the buildings. A water softener system has been installed for the kitchen at 
i cost of $500.00. All of the buildings are fully insured. 

Alfonzie Cox has been employed as cook and caretaker on a permanent basis. He 
s doing a good job looking after the facilities during the off-camping season and cook- 
ing for summer camps. He is also available to cook for retreat groups throughout the 
year. 

We feel that in Camp Don-Lee we have one of die best equipped, best managed, 
and most beautiful camps in the entire state. It has been fully accredited by the 
American Camping Association, and has had an "A" rating by the State Board of Healdi 
for a number of years. Its usefullness to the North Carolina Conference will grow in 
the years diat lie ahead. We can all be proud of this outstanding institution and grate- 
ful to all who have had a part in its development through the years. 

II 
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

Paul Carruth, Chairman 

Listed below are some facts concerning the institutions which are The Methodist 
Church in its role of teacher. The heart of this great enterprise is found in the trained 
Christian leadership which comes out of these schools to serve the Church and com- 
munity. 

Section A 

1. Duke University 

A. Schedule of Assets as of June 30, 1958: 

Current Restricted Funds . $ 4,075,267.36 

Fund Functioning as Endowment 13,768,762.65 

Endowment Funds 24,578,506.79 

Endowed Special Funds 1,612,015.76 

Scholarship Funds 2,741,526.08 

Student Loan Funds 792,075.70 

Duke University Loyalty Fund 227,698.69 

Duke University Medical School Loyalty Fund 34,906.40 

Plant Funds 56,987,389.58 

Agency Funds 878,425.86 



Total $105,696,574.87 

B. Statistics for the year ending June 30, 1959: 

Number of students for the Fall Semester 1958-59 5,579 

Number of students for Summer School 1958 1,569 

Officers and Teachers, not including assistants 718 

The following professors are assigned to Duke University by the North Carolina 
Conference and it is requested that they be reassigned: 
R. E. Cushman, Dean of the Divinity School. 
D. B. Bradley, Assistant Professor, Duke University. 
R. T. Osborn, Assistant Professor, Duke University. 
J. J. Rudin, Associate Professor, Duke Divinity School. 
R. H. Sales, Assistant Professor, Duke University. 
V. E. Queen, Associate Professor, Duke Divinity School. 
C. L. Manschreck, Associate Professor, Duke Divinity School. 
Barney Lee Jones, Assistant Dean of Trinity College. 
H. E. Spence, retired. 
H. E. Myers, retired. 
A. J. Walton, retiring at end of present academic year. 



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IA. Duke University, the Divinity School 

The academic year 1958-59 has been one of transition. Dr. James Cannon re- 
signed his administrative responsibilities for reasons of health September 30, 1958, 
after eight years of devoted and diligent service to the Divinity School in the capacity 
of dean and with forty years of service as teacher in Trinity College and Duke Uni- 
versity. Professor Robert E. Cushman was elected to the deanship effective Octo- 
ber 1, 1958. 

The enrollment in the Divinity School for the current academic year is as follows: 
candidates for the B.D. degrees, 225; candidates for the M.R.E. degrees, 12; candi- 
dates for M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in the Graduate School of Arts and Science in Re- ■ 
ligion, 36; and summer enrollment without duplication, 19. This yields a total of 291 
students whose academic work is supervised by the faculty of the Divinity School. 

The total student body represents 14 denominations and came from 28 states and 
5 foreign countries. Previous training was received by these students at 111 different 
institutions. It should be noted that students in the Ph.D. and M.A. programs con- 
tribute the main basis for denominational diversity, since all but 22 of the B.D. and I 
M.R.E. candidates are Methodist. This represents something of a change from a decade 
ago when a number of Baptists, Presbyterian, and Episcopal students were in course 
for the B.D. degree. By this criterion, it is plain that the Divinity School has become 
not less but more a servant of The Methodist Church. On the other hand, it may be i 
stated that exclusion of all but B.D. students from supply of pastoral charges in one ;J 
of our Annual Conferences has resulted in a marked decline of Methodist students in * 
preparation for the teaching ministry under the doctoral or graduate program. No »| 
Methodist students can be trained whose academic standing does not merit the very j 
highest fellowship awards. Others must go elsewhere for financial reasons. 

There are 64 candidates for the B.D. degree at the 1959 Comrnencemient, and 2 I 
candidates for die M.R.E. degrees. Dr. H. Shelton Smith, Director of Graduate Studies, j 
reports 3 candidates for the Ph.D. 

The Faculty of the Divinity School in 1958-59 numbers 19 regular faculty members, j 
3 lecturers, 4 emeritus professors. We shall this year lose 3 faculty members to services 
elsewhere. Dr. A. John Walton, Director of Field Work and Professor of Church Ad- 
ministration, retires September 1, 1959, after eleven years of conspicuously fine service 
to the Divinity School. 

The income of the Divinity School from World Service, Conference Sustaining 
Funds and other ecclesiastical sources shows increases this year of approximately 
$7,000. From these combined sources we are now receiving approximately two-fifths 
of our annual budgetary support. 

The School for Approved Supply Pastors is scheduled for July 13-August 7, and is 
under the deanship of Professor McMurray S. Richey. This service to the Church, while 
a heavy responsibility and burden to our staff, we gladly assume and are confident of 
its genuine merits as an educational program for in-service ministers. It is the Dean's 
opinion that further carefully conceived summer programs on several phases of the 
minister's task ought to receive consideration and implementation in the near future. 
Under Professor James T. Cleland and colleagues, the Divinity School Preaching Clinic 
will have its third annual session July 6-17. The regular Summer Session of the 
Divinity School will be in course June 12-July 17 and July 18-August 22. Post-B.D. 
pastors are admissable within numerical limits. 

The Divinity School Seminars to the North and Western North Carolina Conferences 
were held in Rocky Mount and Lexington, N. C, January 19-23, 1959. The subject 
was "The Church's Response to Problems of Racial and International Relations." We 
are at present treating with representatives of the South Carolina Conference in the 
expectation of extending this program in the near future. 

The Board of Managers of the North Carolina Pastor's School has this year carefully 
reviewed the problem of scheduling the Pastors' School in face of the convergence of 
the date of the Annual Conferences upon the hitherto prevailing date of the Convoca- 
tion and Pastors' School in early June. On November 19, 1958, the Executive Com- 
mittee determined to canvass the view of the entire Board through its secretary, 
LaFon C. Vereen, on its recommendation to reschedule the Pastors' School for No- 



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member 2-4, 1959, and to promote it in conjunction with the James A. Grey Lectures. 
Ihe concurrence of the Board has led to the establishment of this procedure for the 
pear 1959 with understanding that the entire matter of the Pastors' School and/or 
Convocation be studied with a view to determining its future and that report be made 
to the full Board not later than October 1, 1959. With the understanding that the 
arrangements for this year are tentative and experimental, the program is presently 
being planned for November 2-4, 1959, and Professor John Bright of Union Theological 
Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, has been appointed lecturer. 

During diis current year the Divinity School faculty has been in prolonged re- 
examination of the curriculum leading to the B.D. degree. The Junior, or first year, of 
the new curriculum was formally approved March 24 and will be instituted in the fall 
of 1959. The second and third year of the curriculum are to be further studied. Cur- 
riculum revision started from within the faculty of "practical studies," and the basic 
question kept to the front was, not what fields are to be represented, but what is in- 
dispensable for adequate preparation of the student for good churchmanship or the 
ministerial vocation. 

It should perhaps be noted that Dean Cushman has been in consultation with Drs. 
Stokes, Turtle and Corriher of the Western North Carolina Conference Committee on 
the Ministry concerning ways and means by which the Divinity School can more ade- 
quately serve the Church's need for ministerial training. Certain proposals are in pro- 
cess of examination and study. 

Faculty deliberations point to the need of enlarging our program relative to Mas- 
ters of Religious Education. The introduction of a one year post-B.D. program of 
study (S.T.M.) is proposed and is being examined. Our present operations exceed the 
capacity of our present building facilities. A sober estimate of our construction needs 
has been projected. It is altogether likely that we shall shortly be seeking support for 
required capital expenditures from the constituency. Finally, the Divinity School budget 
for professorial salaries urgently suggests the need for several privately endowed chairs 
among die theological disciplines. We have only one. 

Robert E. Cushman, Dean 

2. Greensboro College 

Greensboro College expresses its thanks for the way in which the Board of Educa- 
tion and the Commission on Christian Higher Education have taken the needs of the 
colleges as their primary concerns during this conference year. We are particularly 
grateful that, as a result of capital funds campaigns in both supporting conferences, 
we shall soon be able to complete our plant by construction of a physical education 
building and a men's residence hall. 

Our critical problem during the next few years will be current funds. Unless we 
increase faculty and staff salaries materially, we shall not be able to maintain an A-grade 
college. If we increase these salaries and go to the recommended enrollment of 625 
students, we shall shortly be running an annual current deficit of $110,000. The study 
of our college two years ago by the Methodist University Senate showed a need for 
$2,000,000 in additional endowment. The income from this endorsement would be 
used to pay salaries and operating costs. Without this endowment we shall have to look 
for steadily increasing sustaining fund support from bodi conferences. 

Greensboro College has continued to serve the North Carolina Conference. Year in 
and year out almost one-half of our students come from this area. A large number of 
our 4,500 alumni live and work in this section of the state. One-half of our trustees 
are active in the local churches of the North Carolina Conference. We are confident 
that die Board of Education will understand the request that this conference at least 
restore the $30,000 annual appropriation to the current expenses of Greensboro College. 
Only in this way can we continue to render the quality of service we have given to diis 
conference for 121 years. 

The following statistics for 1958-59 are subject to correction when the outside 
audit is completed at the end of the fiscal year: officers, assistants, and faculty, 63; 
students, 503; book value of property, $2,724,000; endowment, $1,125,000; endowment 
scholarship aid, $3,100; work awards to students, $18,000; other scholarships and 



174 North Carolina Annual Conference 

grants, $7,000; tuition reductions to ministers' children and to ministerial candidate; 
$6,750. 

Again our thanks for the interest and assistance of the North Carolina Annut 
Conference. 

Harold H. Hutson, President 

3. High Point College 

High Point College wishes to express its appreciation and gratitude for your in-l 
terest in the College and for the appropriations toward its financial support. EspecialJ 
thanks are given for the College Sustaining Fund and the capital funds from the Unitedl 
College Appeal without which the College could not operate. 

The enrollment for die first semester of the 1958-59 school year was as follows: jl 
Regular Session, 1,009 students; 1958 Summer School, 624 students; making a total! 
of 1,633. There were 80 faculty and staff members. The average teacher's salary was I 
$4,897 for the nine-month session. 

The College has no indebtedness. The endowment was $929,371.41 (as of May 31 ] 
1958). The operating budget for the current year is $923,800.00. 

Since die fiscal year closes May 31, the data in this paragraph of necessity can be J 
no more recent than the close of the last complete fiscal year as of May 31, 1958. In-] 
come on endowment was $31,967.98; from student fees, $397,856.42; total appropria-j 
tions from the Western North Carolina Conference, $76,495.57; total appropriations;] 
from the North Carolina Conference, $32,737.46; other operating income, $37,428.27; I 
endowment gifts, $99,854.56 (including $84,000 from the Ford Foundation and other ij 
restricted endowment for scholarships); and capital fund improvement, $30,906.36. j 

The same limitation applies to the following expenditure data, namely, as of the j 
most recent complete fiscal year closing May 31, 1958. Salaries of administration and 
staff, $49,887.52; salaries of faculty, $252,582.45; buildings and grounds maintenance, 
$133,535.82; interest on indebtedness, 0; capital expenditures, $319,326.87; and an ad4j 
ditional $5,000,000 of capital funds are needed immediately as endowment. The Col- j 
lege will close the current fiscal year without a deficit. 

We are happy to be able to report the occupancy of a new residence hall for ij 
women — North Hall — which accommodates 92 women students with two students in j 
each room. Thanks to the recent campaign for capital funds in the Western North j 
Carolina Conference, the addition of book -stack facilities to our Library to accomnio- ; 
date a total of 100,000 books and the enlargement of the student-activities building are • 
under way with occupancy expected with the opening of school in September. Addi- -j 
tional parking areas have been prepared and are now in use. 

Student religious activities continue to play an important part in the life of the | 
college. Faculty leadership for these activities heads up in die Department of Religion j 
and Philosophy, consisting of four full-time faculty members. In the regular life of the i 
College the Student Christian Association is responsible for morning devotionals, 
Wednesday evening prayer services, Sunday evening Vespers, Religious Emphasis ^j 
Week, die support of two orphan children in Korea, and other campus-wide activities. 
The Methodist Student Fellowship, the Baptist Student Union, the Presbyterian West- 
minster Fellowship, and the Canterbury Club for Episcopal students are active as de-,4 
nominational groups. Kappa Chi Fraternity is composed of men who are preparing for ' 
the ministry, and Alpha Delta Theta Sorority is made up of young women who have 
an interest in religious work. The Fellowship Teams offer to all students who are in- I 
terested an opportunity to participate in church activities, especially youdi work. The 
Teams work with local church groups in putting on the local group's programs. After ' 
a period of careful training these Teams go out into surrounding churches to lead in 
services, youth meetings, and planning sessions. 

High Point College is in desperate need of additional funds from the College ! 
Sustaining Fund of both Conferences. For the fiscal year closing May 31, 1958 (the 
most recent year for which complete data is available) we received $35.82 per full- j 
time student from the North Carolina Conference Sustaining Fund (total of $32,737.46; 
a total of $45,052.60 was received the year before, or a decrease of 27.3 per cent) and I 
$83.69 per full-time student from the Western North Carolina Conference (total of j 



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$76,495.57; the total for the year before would have no meaning because it was a 
short Conference year); or a total of $119.51 per student from both Conferences. This 
total per student from the two Conferences should be at least S200.00, or an increase of 
aver $80,000.00. 

Dennis H. Cooke, President 

4. Louisburg College 

Statistics for 1958-1959: Enrollment, first semester, 402; second semester, 380; total 
snrollment for year, 452; faculty and staff, 35; property evaluation, $1,800,000; en- 
dowment, $191,000; indebtedness, $210,000; received from College Sustaining Fund, 
i>60,621; received from endowment, $11,647; received from N. C. Foundation of 
Church-Related Colleges, net $9,634; gifts, $12,718; budget for year $350,000, ap- 
proximate. 

Building Projects: On January 5, 1959, the Benjamin N. Duke College Union Build- 
ing, valued at $250,000, was opened. The college borrowed $180,000 from the Federal 
Housing Administration for this building. The Board of Trustees is in the process of 
purchasing the W. R. Mills High School property at a cost of $225,000. To be avail- 
able June 1, 1961, this property can be renovated for around $75,000 and will pro- 
vide a much needed library, an auditorium, 22 classrooms and office space. The site 
contains 13 acres and joins the present campus on the east. 

Financial requests: The Board of Trustees is urgently requesting an additional $20,- 
300 in College Sustaining Funds for the 1959-60 fiscal year, to be used as follows: 
Increase in faculty salaries, $12,500; retirement plan, $7,500. Increased fees totaling 
$65 next year will provide $12,000 in payments on the college union building debt and 
Funds for repairs on dormitories. 

Cecil W. Robbins, President 

The Trustees request the appointment of the following to Louisburg College: 
C. W. Goldston, Professor. 
W. N. McDonald, Professor. 
C. W. Robbins, President. 

5. Methodist College 

The building of Methodist College moves forward. We held a formal ground break- 
ing in August despite a heavy rain from a hurricane which moved up the coast on that 
iay. Presidents Edens and Friday of Duke and UNC, respectively, spoke, and Bishop 
Carber formally turned the first spadeful of earth. 

The building begun on the day of the ground breaking is virtually complete. This is 
the Classroom and Faculty Office Building. The Science Building has been started and 
is well under way. As this report is being written, bids have been advertised for the 
Cafeteria-Student Union Building, and this building will doubtless be under con- 
struction by the time the report is made. Work is also under way on the general cam- 
pus grading, drainage, and utilities. Plans for the Library are practically complete on 
the architect's drawing boards. 

With the erection of the above-enumerated buildings, it wall be possible to admit 
students to Methodist College on a day student basis. We hope to be able to open 
the doors to these first students in September, 1960. We are now in the midst of dormi- 
tory planning, but we do not think it will be possible to erect these buildings for the 
first year's operation. 

Personnel necessary to make detailed preparations for the opening of the college 
will be added to the present staff in the immediate future. 

A great enterprise of the past Conference Year was, of course, the Campaign for 
Christian Higher Education throughout the North Carolina Conference. The President 
and many members of the Board of Trustees joined with Bishop Garber, the Conference 
Commission on Christian Higher Education, and its Executive Director in devoting full 
time to this enterprise while it was in progress. We are encouraged by the response 
to this campaign and grateful to the many thousands of Methodist people throughout 



Original pledges 


3513 


New Pledges 


33 


Pledges charged off 


87 


Net Pledges 


3459 


Pledges with payments 


2582 



176 North Carolina Annual Conference 

North Carolina who have joined with us in bringing the advantages of Christian 
Higher Education to our Conference and to this section of the state. 

L. Stacy Weaver, President 

6. N. C. Wesleyan College 

North Carolina Wesleyan College again desires to express to you the deep appre- 
ciation we feel for the fine support given by this body during the current year. The< 
spirit of this Board and the successful financial campaign of this conference year brings I 
us to our task with renewed zeal. 

With the enthusiastic support of the Board of Trustees we have pledged ourselves! 
to the establishment of a college in Rocky Mount which shall be cultural with assuranceil 
and Christian without apology. We propose to establish an institution of Christian! 
Higher education which shall dedicate itself to the highest possible standards of aca-J 
demic excellence. At the same time we shall seek to maintain Christian standards whichlj 
are broad enough to encompass the many students we shall enroll and deep enough to< 
reach to the heart of the Christian gospel. 

We wish at this time to commend the Rocky Mount Area Wesleyan College Foun-! 
dation for their magnificent dedication to the task of supporting the development pro->| 
gram. Indicative of their interest is their faithful and regular giving on their pledges. J 

Amount Average <j 

$ 2,074,817.58 590.67' 

9,542.92 289. 18 1 ) 

17,272.50 198.53 

2,067,088.00 

640,064.90 received to datei 

1,427,023.10 bal. active pl'ges i 

Our building plans have moved forward with satisfaction during this year. The<' 
Utility Building has been accepted by the Building Committee to provide distribution I 
of heat and power to the buildings to be constructed soon. The distribution of utilities 
is provided for across the campus with the installation of water and sewer fines about I 
the campus, the heating lines established, the power and telephone lines established in 
underground conduits, preliminary grading and road work has been accomplished, alii: 
at a cost in excess of $650,000.00. 

Soon a contract will be let for the main Administration Building to include a 
Science Building and Liberal Arts Classroom Building, at a cost of approximately 
$900,000.00. All of this work has been paid for and we have funds in sight from the 
Area Foundation and from the Conference capital funds campaign to erect these units.- 
The architect is preparing detailed drawings of the Cafeteria-Student Union Building, 
a dormitory for women and a dormitory for men. 

We are beginning our detailed curriculum study preparatory to enrolling a freshman; 
class for the academic year, 1960-61. We shall seek the best qualified dean soon, andr 
begin the assembling of a faculty which shall assure the academic excellence we all 
desire. In the fight of these accomplishments, and the proposed budget presented] 
we respectfully request increasing financial support for the program. North Carolina j 
Wesleyan College is a practical reality and both Methodist College of Fayetteville andi 
North Carolina Wesleyan College anticipate expanding tangible results of the months i 
of planning. 

We appreciate the guidance you have given us and cordially invite you to visit 
our office and our college site as often as possible during this year of progress and' 
growth. 

Thomas A. Collins, President 
Section B 
COLLEGE SUSTAINING FUND 1959-1960 

We call for a continuation of the policy established in the vote of the Conference: 
which created our two new colleges. This policy calls for an increase in the Sustaining 
Fund until $500,000.00 annual support is attained (an average increase of less than 
$50.00 each for 850 churches, or 4% of current Benevolences). 



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In face of uncertainty concerning appropriations included in the budget presented 
>y the Commission on World Service and Finance, we recommend allocations based 

m alternate totals of $290,000.00 (same as 1958-59) and $330,000.00. The Sustaining 
■und is to be distributed quarterly. 
Conference Commission on Christian 

Higher Education 17,000 17,000 

Jnited College Appeal 60,000 60,000 

)uke University, Divinity School 20,290 21,000 

keensboro College 15,000 23,000 

ligh Point College 18,000 27,000 

.ouisburg College 69,000 70,000 

Methodist College 45,355 56,000 

torth Carolina Wesleyan College 45,355 56,000 

290,000 330,000 

We recommend that the Commission on Christian Higher Education be made a pre- 
erred claim against this Fund. 

Section C 
NOMINATIONS OF COLLEGE TRUSTEES 

Duke University: There are no trustees, new or whose terms are expiring, to be ap- 
proved at this time. 

Greensboro College: W. A. McGirt, Wilmington, and T. Marvin Vick, Jr., Kinston, 
(terms to expire December 31, 1963). 

High Point College: There are no trustees, new or whose terms are expiring, to be 
approved at this time. 

Louisburg College: For terms to expire in 1962: E. M. Bartholomew, Louisburg; 
lorn Bailey, Wendell; C. S. Bunn, Spring Hope; Soule Chandler, D. E. Earnhardt, 
[hirham; L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City; J. W. Jenkins, Henderson; Mrs. Floyd John- 
>on, M. W. Lawrence, Durham; J. W. Lineberger, New Bern; C. P. Morris, Durham; 
HL G. Ruark, Laurinburg. To fill vacancies: Mrs. James H. Semans, Durham (1961); 
^urney P. Hood, Raleigh (1960). 

Methodist College: For terms to expire July 1, 1963: V. E. Queen, Durham; J. O. 
ralley, Jr., Fayetteville; Jack W. Page, Fayetteville; Frank McBryde, Fayetteville; 
VV. E. Horner, Sanford; Lennox G. Cooper, Wilmington. 

North Carolina Wesleyan College: For terms to expire July 1, 1963: C. D. Barclift, 
Durham; O. F. Dumas, Goldsboro; Luther W. Hill, Tarboro; Mrs. Pierce Johnson, 
Weldon; Dr. J. G. Matheson, Ahoskie; Thomas J. Pearsall, Rocky Mount. To fill va- 
cancy (term expiring July 1, 1961) Ray Bandy, Rocky Mount. 

Section D 
DISTRICT DIRECTORS — 1959-1960 
General Church School Work 

Burlington: Christian White, 1728 W. Davis St., Burlington 

Durham: Mr. James T. Patrick, 1118 Eighth St., Durham 

Elizabeth City: Mrs. Charles Saimders, Route 4, Elizabeth City 

Fayetteville: R. E. Walston, Route 3, Box 35B, Fayetteville 

Goldsboro: D. L. Fouts, Mt. Olive 

New Bern: E. R. Shullcr, Swansboro 

Raleigh: Mr. John M. Meares, Box 3006, Raleigh 

Rocky Mount: Mr. T. S. Ncwbold, Box 1339, Rocky Mount 

Wilmington: P. H. Layfield, Jr., Tabor City 

Adult Work 
Burlington: H. S. Garris, Pittsboro 
Durham: W. D. Caviness, 2524 Banner St., Durham 
Elizabeth City: Stanley Snead, Box 136, Kitty Hawk 
Fayetteville: Frederick E. Still, Box 67, Red Springs 



178 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Goldsboro: Mr. M. W. Stancil, 708 South First St., Smithfield 

New Bern: L. A. Aitken, Ayden 

Raleigh: J. L. Joyce, Garner 

Rocky Mount: C. R. Breedin, Elm City 

Wilmington: John Pfister, Box 204B, Snead's Ferry 

Family Life 
Burlington: R. F. Moore, Carthage 

Durham: Kelly J. Wilson, Jr., 2812 University Dr., Durham 
Elizabeth City: James A. Auman, 46 Market St., Hertford 
Fayetteville: F. J. Duplissey, Box 853, Spring Lake 
Goldsboro: J. H. Waldrop, Jr., 101 Doris Ave., Clinton 
New Bern: J. W. Lineberger, Box 871, New Bern 
Raleigh: Wayne Wegwart, Box 212, Lillington 
Rocky Mount: L. P. Jackson, 1606 Adams St., Wilson 
Wilmington: Neil Thompson, Lake Waccamaw 

Youth Work 
Burlington: Rufus Stark, 609 Trail 2, Burlington 
Durham: Mr. W. A. Graham, 26 Oakwood Drive, Chapel Hill 
Elizabeth City: Owen Fitzgerald, Murfreesboro 
Fayetteville: James G. White, Biscoe 
Goldsboro: George Megill, 1608 E. Pine St., Goldsboro 
New Bern: Ralph L. Fleming, Jr., Newport 
Raleigh: Conrad Glass, Box 225, Raleigh 

Rocky Mount: Arnold Pope, Route 2, Box 273B, Roanoke Rapids 
Wilmington: W. C. Teachey, Route 1, Box 167, Council 

Intermediate Work 
Burlington: H. H. Hodgin, Leasburg 
Durham: Sam D. McMillan, 1138 Delano St., Durham 
Elizabeth City: Robert Bundy, Box 501, Swan Quarter 
Fayetteville: Holland Hale, 212 W. Washington St., Rockingham 
Goldsboro: L. R. Aills, Lucama 

New Bern: R. Bruce Pate, 610 Larkspur Road, Kinston 
Raleigh: Mrs. E. I. Terry, 2621 Oberlin Road, Raleigh 
Rocky Mount: C. W. Barbee, Bethel 
Wilmington: Ed P. Osteen, Rocky Point 

Children's Work 
Burlington: Mrs. Rufus Stark, 609 Trail 2, Burlington 
Durham: Mrs. O. V. Elkins, 601 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham 
Elizabeth City: Mrs. James A. Auman, 46 Market St., Hertford 
Fayetteville: Mrs. W. R. Stevens, Box 208, Rockingham 

Goldsboro: Mrs. Wallace Kirby, Fremont and Mrs. E. H. Smotherman, Rt. 3, Goldsboro 
New Bern: Mrs. Marvin Vick, Jr., 411 W. Lenoir St., Kinston 
Raleigh: Mrs. Walter Burgess, Wendell 

Rocky Mount: Mrs. L. H. Felmet, 241 Briar Cliff Road, Rocky Mount 
Wilmington: Mrs. C. F. Grill, Box 178, Burgaw 

III 
PROPOSED CHARTER OF INCORPORATION 

"METHODIST BOARD OF EDUCATION, INC." 

We, the undersigned natural persons, of the age of twenty-one or more, do hereby 
associate ourselves into a non-profit corporation under the laws of the State of North 
Carolina, as contained in Chapter 55-A of the General Statutes of North Carolina en- 
titled the "Non-Profit Corporation Act" and the several amendments thereto, and to 
that end do hereby set forth: 

Article I 

The name of this corporation is "METHODIST BOARD OF EDUCATION, INC." 



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Article II 
The period of duration of the corporation shall be perpetual. 

Article III 
The purposes for which this corporation is formed are, as an institution of the 
sTorth Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church, and as 
. part of the activities of such Conference, as follows: 

(a) To perform the duties, carry out the responsibilities, and discharge the ob- 
igations imposed upon or vested in the Board of Education, North Carolina Conference, 
loutheastem Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church; 

(b) To develop and promote a Conference program of Christian education which 
vill provide guidance and help for all agencies of Christian education within the said 
>Jorth Carolina Conference; 

(c) To promote, organize, establish and conduct leadership training schools, 
Jible conferences, camps, assemblies, institutes, and other educational agencies; 

(d) To supervise, coordinate, guide and aid all schools, colleges, universities, and 
ither institutions of higher education related to the North Carolina Conference, South- 
eastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, and to the instruction in Christian Edu- 
ction given therein; 

(e) To supervise, coordinate, promote, guide and aid the Methodist Student 
Movement and Wesley Foundations within North Carolina and to cooperate with other 
vlethodist Conferences in connection therewith. 

The specification of the purposes of this corporation shall not limit the generality 
>f purpose expressed in subparagraph (a) hereof, or the control and directions of the 
slorth Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church. 

Article IV 
The powers of this corporation are as follows: 

(a) To receive gifts for its work. 

(b) To take, hold, acquire by purchase, gift or devise, and to sell, mortgage and 
lispose of real and personal property necessary, convenient, or desirable for use in its 
vork as may be approved by the North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern 
[urisdiction, The Methodist Church, and as in accord with the Discipline of said 
Church, such as, by illustration but not by limitation, offices and office buildings for its 
headquarters, camp sites and buildings, homes and quarters for its staff, office and 
;amp equipment, automobiles for its staff, and other equipment and property necessary 
! or the attainment of its purposes. 

(c) Those granted to non-profit corporations by the provisions of Chapter 55-A 
>f the General Statutes of North Carolina called the "Non-Profit Corporation Act." 

(d) And to transact and conduct any works necessary, desirable or convenient to 
ittain any of the purposes herein specified. 

Article V 
The members of the corporation (sometimes herein referred to as the "Board") shall 
be composed of: 

(1) An equal number of laymen and ministers elected quadrennially by the 
North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, 
the number and manner of election to be determined from rime to time by said North 
Carolina Annual Conference; and 

(2) a. The President, from time to time, of the North Carolina Conference 
Methodist Youth Fellowship; and 

b. Two members, who at the time of their election are twenty-three years 
of age or younger, elected by the North Carolina Conference Methodist Youth Fellow- 
ship; and 

c. One member who at the time of his or her election shall be twenty-three 
years of age or younger, elected by the members of the corporation from nominations 
made by state or regional student organizations operating in said North Carolina Con- 
ference territory; 

Provided, however, that if during the term of office, the President of the North 



180 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Carolina Conference Methodist Youth Fellowship shall change, the succeeding Presi- 
dent shall fill the remaining portion of the term; and 

Provided further, that the term of any member described in this subparagraph (2) a 
and b shall expire at the beginning of the North Carolina Annual Conference, South- 
eastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, next following the twenty-fourth birthday 
of such member and a successor shall be elected as provided in said subparagraphs; and 

(3) A certified director of Christian education employed in a local church within 
the Conference; and 

(4) Any number of additional persons, nominated at any time during the termi 
of office of the members by the Board and elected by the North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church; 

Provided, that no salaried officer or employee of the Board shall be a member 
of the Board. 

The term of office of all members shall expire at the Annual Conference marking ; 
the end of the quadrennium for which the members described in subparagraph (1) ar<» 
elected and upon the election of their successors. 

Vacancies in the Board occurring between Annual Conference sessions may be filled 
by the Board pending action by the next Conference. 

Article VI 
The Board shall elect an Executive Committee composed of the President of the< 
Board and such additional members as the Board shall fix, which Committee shall trans- 
act all business of the Board between meetings of the Board. 

Article VII 
All property of this corporation, upon its dissolution, shall vest in and become the< 
property of the North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The< 
Methodist Church, or such other organization of the Methodist Church as said Confer- 
ence shall specify. No member shall, by reason of suoh membership, have or receive amfl 
beneficial interest in the property of the corporation. 

Article VIII 

The organization of the Board shall be that prescribed from time to time for the 
organization of the Board of Education of the North Carolina Annual Conference, 
Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, and the responsibilities and duties of- 
this corporation shall be those prescribed for said Annual Conference Board of Edu- 
cation. The Board may adopt by-laws providing for the orderly operation of the* 
corporation. 

Article IX 

The initial members of this corporation, representing the divisions specified in 
Article V hereof, are as follows: 

Name and Address Classification 

Vergil E. Queen, 513 W. Church St., Elizabeth Citv, N. C. Minister, Art. V Sec. (1) 

W. L. Clegg, Box 6096, Raleigh, N. C. Minister, Art. V Sec. (1) 

W. Stanley Potter, Box 46, Sanford, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (1) 

Leon Russell, First Methodist Church, Rocky Mount, N. C. . Minister, Art. V Sec. (1) 

R. G. Dawson, Box 1423, Wilson, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 

Lester A. Tilley, Centenary Methodist Church, 

Smithfield, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (1) 

Jesse H. Lanning, 481 McBain Drive, Fayetteville, N. C. Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 

Brooks Patten, Aberdeen, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 

Paul Carruth, Box 1006, Raleigh, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (1) j 

L. A. Aiken, Ayden, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (1) 

Robert F. Moore, Carthage, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 

James A. Auman, 46 Market St., Hertford, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 

E. R. Shuller, Swansboro, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 

M. C. Dunn, Box 3246, Fayetteville, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 

E. C. Shoaf, Woodrow Street, Durham, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 



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Jhristian White, 1728 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C Minister, Art. V Sec. (4) 

ohn M. Meares, Box 3006, Raleigh, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

ulian Aldridge, 1106 Lafayette Ave., Rocky Mount, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (1) 

ames T. Patrick, 1118 Eighth St., Durham, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (1) 

jidrew Bailey, Elizabeth City, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (1) 

. O. Talley, Jr., Home Federal Building, Fayetteville, N. C. Layman Art. V Sec. (1) 

I. W. Twiford, City Schools, Goldsboro, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (1) 

I. L. McDonald, New Bern Public Schools, New Bern, N. C. Layman Art. V Sec. (1) 
Maine M. Madison, Commissioner of Correction, Board of 

Correction and Training, Raleigh, N. C. Layman Art. V Sec. (1) 

V. Avery Thompson, Lake Waccamaw, N. C. Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

rtrs. Ernest Smotherman, Rt. 3, Goldsboro, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

4rs. R. L. Jerome, Box 662, Elizabeth City, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

'. S. Newbold, Box 1339, Rocky Mount, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

'. J. Collier, Bavboro, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

Am. V. E. Queen, 513 W. Church St., Elizabeth City, N. C. Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

Ats. Robert D. Massey, Zebulon, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

4rs. John C. Andrews, 820 Madison St., Durham, N. C Layman Art. V Sec. (4) 

/liss Mable Nance, Front St. Methodist Church, 

Burlington, N. C. Certified Dir. of Christian Ed. Art. V Sec. (3) 
At. Francis Bradshaw, Box 5010, Duke Station, Durham, N. C. 

President Conference Methodist Youth Fellowship Art. V Sec. (2)a 
At. Phil Carlton, Box 5124, State College Sta., Raleigh, N. C. Youth Art. V Sec. (2)b 
diss Beth McLamb, W.C.U.N.C, Greensboro, N. C. 

N. C. Methodist Student Movement Art. V Sec. (2)c 
diss Jean Edwards, Box 7527, College Station, Durham, N. C. Youth Art. V Sec. (2)b 
The terms of office of the initial members shall expire, except as hereinbefore 
pecified, upon the meeting of the North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern 
urisdiction, The Methodist Church, in the year of our Lord 1960 and, in respect of 
he members elected by the Conference, upon the election of their successors. 

Article X 

The initial Executive Committee of the corporation shall be composed of eleven 
nembers and the names and addresses of the initial Executive Committee are as follows: 
Vergil E. Queen, 513 W. Church St., Elizabeth City, X. C. 
W. L. Clegg, Box 6096, Raleigh, N. C. 
W. Stanley Potter, Box 46, Sanford, N. C. 
Leon Russell, First Methodist Church, Rocky Mount, N. C. 
R. Grady Dawson, Box 1423, Wilson, N. C 

Lester A. Tilley, Centenary Methodist Church, Smithfield, N. C. 
Jesse H. Lanning, 481 McBain Drive, Fayetteville, N. C. 
John M. Meares, Box 3006, Raleigh, N. C. 
Brooks Patten, Aberdeen, N. C. 

Julian Aldridge, 1106 Lafayette Ave., Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Paul Carruth, Box 1006, Raleigh, N. C. 

Article XI 

The initial registered office of the corporation in this State is located at Room 210, 
East Duke Building, Duke University, City of Durham, Durham County, North Caro- 
lina. The name of the Registered Agent of the Corporation at such address is the 
Reverend C. P. Morris, D.D. 

Article XII 

The names and address of the incorporators are as follows: 
C. P. Morris, 2323 Englewood Ave., Durham, N. C. 
Marvin J. Cowell, 900 Wade Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 
W. L. Clegg, 2011 Stone St., Raleigh, N. C 
Vergil E. Queen, 513 W. Church St., Elizabeth City, N. C. 



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REPORT OF COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN 
HIGHER EDUCATION 

In the Conference year 1958-1959 the word college was written again in bold letters ( 
across the life of The Methodist Church in North Carolina. To a degree beyond what J 
has been known for many years, the individual Methodist and each local church are 
conscious of a close identification with our educational institutions. The Commission .1 
has borne the responsibility for leadership in our Campaign for Christian Higher Edu- I 
cation in which some thirty thousand individuals committed themselves to financial II 
support of the capital needs of our colleges. 

Beginning on December 15, 1958, the payment of a reported total of $4,003,999.36 I 
in pledges officially began to be paid over a period of three years. By the date of the 
opening of this year's Conference session $600,000.00 will have been forwarded to 
our colleges with all campaign expenditures having been paid. 

The Campaign has received favorable publicity on a national scale and has com- • 
mended itself to individuals who have sent contributions from as far away as Germany 
and the Pacific. 

The Commission expresses its deep gratitude to the lay and clerical leadership of : 
our Conference for the magnificent contribution they have made in writing again an i 
appreciation of its colleges into the life of the Church. Especial thanks must be offered 1 
to the General Lay Chairman, Mr. Bill Price; the Chairman of our Commission, Brother 
Vergil Queen; and our outstanding Episcopal leader, Bishop Paul N. Garber.* The !■ 
benefits of this program will be felt in a strengthened Christian leadership in ourl 
churches and communities across the state and nation. 

To the end that the gains of this quadrennium may be preserved and strengthened, 
we call for a continuing emphasis on the meaning and importance of Christian Higher 
Education in the life of every Methodist Church. 

We call attention to the fact that our Methodist colleges will not make their full 
contribution to the life of our area and our Church until our pastors and our parents see 
that every high school graduate is made aware of the advantages to be gained in at- 
tendance at a Methodist school. 

The month of October is designated as a time in which churches shall give atten- 
tion to the securing of new pledges to Christian Higher Education leading to the reach- 
ing of the Campaign goal in every church. 

*By vote of the Commission the name of the executive director, Paul Carruth, Was 

added to the foregoing. . 

Vergil E. Queen, Chairman 

W. Stanley Potter, Secretary 



REPORT OF ROARD OF EVANGELISM 



Although the first half of this conference year was given intensively to the College 
Campaign, the time was used by us for cultivation and preparation for the rest of 
the year. 

During the year the Conference Director has preached in thirty-five services and 
assisted in four others throughout the Conference. Much study and work was put into 
the preparation and publishing of the Christmas Brochure on Evangelism. This 16-page 
pamphlet, in two colors, with a reproduction of Raphael's "Madonna and Child" on the 
front cover, was sent in December to: 

All the Ministers of the Conference. 

The Chairman of the Commission on Membership and Evangelism in every 
local Church. 

A number of Lay Officers of the Conference. 

The Members of our Conference Board of Evangelism. 
It contained material to inform and challenge our pastors and commission members 
in the great work of Evangelism, including: 



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Our Lord's call to us through the Scriptures. 

Messages from Bishop Paul N. Garber and Mr. Walter F. Anderson. 

The mailing address of our Board officers and District secretaries. 

Resource material on "The Field for Evangelism." 

"Some Achievements of our Pastors and People" in the previous year. 

Our Conference Goals for the current year. 

Listings of Evangelistic materials offered by our General Board. 
Also, in the fall, we arranged for the Reverend Berlyn V. Farris, now with our 
General Board of Evangelism, for the development of District Evangelism, to meet 
vith our district secretaries of Evangelism for a round-table discussion of this subject 
it Edenton Street Church in Raleigh. 

In January our Board conducted the session on Evangelism in the seventeen work- 
hops held throughout the nine districts for the pastors and members of the four com- 
nissions in the local churches. We feel that the cultivation done in preparation for 
hese workshops bore splendid fruit, for, while the attendance in our section the 
>revious year was a very encouraging four hundred or more, this year the attendance 
vent beyond seven hundred. Also the larger number of workshops held this year re- 
mired the help of eighteen pastors and laymen, who offered their services cheerfully 
ind rendered them in a very effective way. One worthwhile gauge of the interest of 
hose attending the workshops was in the fact that, with literature helps displayed and 
nade available in the way of leaflets, pamphlets and booklets, priced from 2$ to 
S5tf each, more than a hundred and fifty dollars worth was bought by the pastors and 
ommission members. 

In February the Conference Director met with the district committees on Evan- 
gelism throughout the Conference to plan how we could best work toward our Con- 
erence goals. Each district committee selected certain things it decided to ask pastors 
>f the district to try to do. A composite list of these things from the nine districts 
ollows: 

Have a carefully prepared full week of Visitation Evangelism. If this is not 
>ossible on circuits, have there the "Four Nights for God" program. 

Conduct on every charge where possible a week-end Youth Witness Mission. 

Where the charge does not have a Fisherman's Club, form one. 

Conduct well-planned membership classes for new members to be received. 

Work earnestly for a net growth of at least 5% in membership. 

Order and use the basic literature available for each activity. 

Have a thorough-going revival in the local church. 

Use Pentecost Sunday, May 17, for "One Great Day of Witnessing," preceded 
>r followed by a week of Visitation Evangelism. 

Try to have a Youth Witness Mission for each subdistrict. 

Have three subdistrict fellowship meetings on Evangelism for pastors. 

Have no barren churches in the district. 
Our third Tri-District Youth Mission, under the joint sponsorship of the Conference 
Joards of Education and Evangelism, was held at New Bern April 24-26. The results 
vere well worth the work done before and during the Mission. Twenty-eight teams of 
'oung people from the Elizabeth City, New Bern and Rocky Mount districts, in this 
veek-end program of Youth Visitation Evangelism, won 47 first decisions, 2 transfers, 
' reaffirmations, and 111 new members for the MYF. We now look forward to Youth 
Missions the next conference year in every subdistrict. Is this not largely our hope for 
he Church of tomorrow — the youth of today? 

The Inter-Board Ministry to weaker churches, in which our Board co-operated, 
las rendered a definite and needed service. The program, consisting of a 3-day preach- 
ng-teaching mission to the churches requesting it, has been carried to 23 churches. 
)ut of these missions there have come 23 confessions of faith, 24 transfers of church 
nembership, scores of reaffirmations and rededications. In addition to these results, 
lew life and hope and strength have come to these churches. 

In March the Planning Committee, appointed by our Board President to work out 
he program of Evangelism for us to present to our Annual Conference for the coming 
'ear, met and gave earnest attention to this important task. Attached to this report is 



184 North Carolina Annual Conference 

the program recommended by this committee. The Board recommends the reappoint- 
ment of the Reverend Hiram K. King as Conference Director. 

Reports, as required by the Discipline, have been made to the Conference Board by 
the Reverend Tommy Tyson on his work as Conference Evangehst, and the Board 
recommends his reappointment to this office. 

We are grateful to our Heavenly Father for every opportunity of service and for 
His blessings so richly bestowed. To Him always belongs the praise and the glory for 
every accomplishment in His Kingdom. Let all of us give ourselves more wholly to .1 
Him in the months ahead. 

II 

PROGRAM OF EVANGELISM FOR 1959-1960 

1959— July & August 

All pastors to study the program earnestly and prepare their own hearts and minds 
to carry it out. 

The Program 

August 31-September 3 

Pastors' Retreat ir School of Evangelism, Louisburg College, sponsored jointly by the-: 

Board of Evangelism and Town and Country Commission. 

Leaders: Dr. Clovis G. Chappell, Waverly, Tennessee; Dr. J. Ed Pendergrass, 
Orlando, Florida; Dr. G. Ernest Thomas, Nashville, Tennessee. 
September 3-4 

Orientation Workshop for new Pastors, Louisburg College. 
September 21-October 2. 

District and Sub-District Workshops, for all Commission members, and Fishermen's 
Clubs, and other selected laymen. 

With definite instruction in: Visitation Evangelism, Personal Evangelism, and Mem- 
bership Class procedure. 
October 5 

A great Conference Evangelistic Rally, for an attendance of 10,000 to 12,000 pastors 
and laymen, at the State College Coliseum in Raleigh. 

With numbers suggested for districts and/or local churches. Tickets to be sold (as 
for Lay Rallies) well ahead of time. 

Music to be directed by Glenn Draper, of Pfeiffer College, with a chorus of 2,000 
voices, including Raleigh and other church choirs. 
November 

Local Church Convocations on Evangelism. 
December 

Membership Classes for Christ. Begin preparation for Conference Evangelistic 
Mission. 
1960— January 

Prayer Vigils for Evangelism, each District using its own plan. Prepare local churches 
for Conference Evangelistic Mission in March and April. 
February 

Complete preparations for Conference Evangelistic Mission. Prepare present Fish- 
erman's Clubs for more effective work. Form new Fishermen's Clubs, in Charges now 
without one. 
March & April 

Conference Evangelistic Mission. 

March 6-11: Elizabeth City, New Bern, Wilmington Districts. 
March 20-25: Fayetteville, Goldsboro, Rocky Mount Districts. 
April 3-8: Burlington, Durham, Raleigh Districts. 
Results sought: Thousands won to Christ; Personal Evangelism strengthened; 
Win-One Fellowships created; Local Commissions vitalized; Youth Missions planned. 






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Easter Services, April 17. Membership Classes. Emphasize baptism of babies. Dis- 
rict or Sub-District Youth Witness Missions, 
lay & June 

Local Church or Charge Youth Witness Missions. 

Walter F. Anderson, President 
H. Langill Watson, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

MINUTES — 1958 SESSION 

The sixty-fifth annual session of the Historical Society of the North Carolina Con- 
erence was held in First Methodist Church, Wilson, North Carolina, Tuesday, June 24, 
958, 10:00 a.m., with the Reverend Herman S. Winberry, president, presiding. 

The report of the society, as contained in the book of reports, was adopted. 

Bishop Paul N. Garber presented Dr. J. Manning Potts, Editor, "The Upper Room," 
vho addressed the conference on "Bishop Francis Asbury and His Travels Through 
forth Carolina." 

The Reverend Dwight L. Fouts was advanced from first vice-president to president; 
he Reverend Leon Russell was advanced from second vice-president to first vice- 
tresident; the Reverend J. Paul Edwards was advanced from third vice-president to 
econd vice-president; and the Reverend Cecil Robbins was elected third vice-president. 
[Tie Reverend C. D. Barclift was re-elected secretary. 

CD. Barclift, Secretary 

PROGRAM — 1959 SESSION 

Bishop James H. Straughn (retired), Baltimore, will be the speaker for the Anni- 
versary of the Historical Society. His subject will be "The History of the Methodist 
'rotestant Church." 

NOMINATIONS 
We Nominate, 

The Reverend W. K. Quick, third vice-president, and C. D. Barclift, secretary. 

Dwight L. Founts, President 
Leon Russell, First Vice-President 
J. Paul Edwards, Second 

Vice-President 
Cecil W. Robbins, Third 

Vice-President 
C. D. Barclift, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HOSPITALS AND HOMES 

Your Board of Hospitals and Homes would like to emphasize the need for a closer 
relationship between the people of our Conference and the hospitals, homes, and 
service institutions which operate under the authority or auspices of our Conference. 
We ask that more than a token interest be given to the compassionate work being 
L-arried on through Golden Cross and through our Conference-related hospitals and 
homes. 

It is recommended that all pastors urge their people to become better acquainted 
with our Conference Homes by taking every opportunity possible to visit our Children's 
Home in Raleigh, and our Retirement Home in Durham. It is urged also that our 
pastors visit these homes. 

Once again it must be reported that our Golden Cross expenditures for hospitaliza- 
tion for needy persons has exceeded the Conference appropriation of $26,000 in the 
amount of $10,000. It is recommended that the minimum appropriation for Golden 
Cross work, in order to meet the rising costs of hopitalization, be set at $36,000. 

Again this year the Board urges a more uniform adherence to the rules governing 
Golden Cross procedure be followed by the pastors and district directors. 



186 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Your Board commends with pride the Conference Chaplain program being carried 
out in Duke Hospital. The Administrator of Duke Hospital, Mr. Ross Porter, has been 
high in his praise of this work, and we urge continued support of the program. The 
Reverend Paul Wesley Aitken, a member of this Conference, is serving as Duke Hos- 
pital Chaplain. 

The Board recommends that the Duke Hospital Chaplain, and all district directors 
of Golden Cross be made ex-ofBcio members of the Board of Hospitals and Homes. 

It is recommended that The Reverend K. R. Wheeler be elected as Conference 
Director of Golden Cross to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dr. Russell 
L. Dicks, and that the district superintendents appoint a district director for each 
district. 

The Board wishes to express its highest commendation and appreciation to Dr. 
Russell L. Dicks for his significant contribution to our Conference. His services and 
wise leadership shall be greatly missed. 

The Board recommends that the Mother's Day offering as a special for the Re- 
tirement Home be continued. 

To The Reverend J. F. Coble, Superintendent of the Retirement Home, and The 
Reverend R. L. Nicks, Superintendent of the Children's Home, expression is expressed 
for their fine work and co-operation with the Board. 

n 

Hospital Insurance Program: 

After study and discussion the Board of Hospitals and Homes has reached the 
following conclusions concerning the Conference Group Hospital Insurance Program: 

1. Room allowance and surgical schedule are inadequate for typical hospital and 
surgeon's charges in the state. 

2. As now constituted the group is not actuarily sound. 

The Board recommends to the Conference the following proposals: 

1. Room allowance coverage should be increased to $10.00 per day and the surgical 
schedule should be replaced with the $200 surgical schedide offered by the same 
company. 

2. A program for enrolling a larger proportion of present members of the conference 
should be initiated. 

3. Enrollment in the program should be made obligatory for all ministers entering 
the conference after June 15, 1959. Exempting, however, those who are conscientiously 
opposed to entering such a program. 

4. A $25.00 deductible feature should be introduced to reduce the cost of the 
additional coverage. 

Howard P. Powell, Chairman 
Ben F. Musser, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

The first activity of general interest for the conference year was the Annual Lay- 
men's Retreat at Duke University, August 23-24. Bishop Paul N. Garber and Mr. Edwin 
L. Jones, lay leader of the Western North Carolina Conference, were our speakers. 
The Retreat served as the kick-off for the. College Campaign with the program of events 
being presented to our laymen for the first time. Participants in the presentation were 
The Reverend Paul Carruth and Bill Price, Campaign directors, as well as the repre- 
sentatives of our colleges — Dr. L. S. Weaver, W. Jasper Smith, Dr. Hollis Edens, and 
Dr. Cecil Robbins. Discussion groups were held on matters of interest to laymen in the 
local church. It was the largest and one of the most successful Retreats we have ever 
held. Laymen's Retreat will come this year on August 22-23 at Duke. 

Laymen's Day, October 19, was observed generally throughout the Conference and 
has become an accepted part of the program of the local church. It comes this year 
on October 18. 

The District Laymen's Rallies were held during February and M'arch. Our speakers 



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fere Charles A. Stuck and Dr. James W. Sells. The total attendance was the greatest 
re have had. Next year's Rallies will come the 14th through the 26th of February. 

As in past years, the Board sponsored the No Silent Pulpit program for the period 
f Lent. In several of the districts schools were held for the lay speakers. The program 
; coming into wider acceptance and appreciation by the people of the Conference. We 
re deeply indebted to these conscrated lay speakers who give of their time and abilities 
a assist our pastors from the pulpits in helping build the Kingdom of God. They stand 
eady at all times to be of service in speaking from the pulpits, Men's Club meetings, 
nd other times. Many of our lay speakers rendered valuable service during the College 
Campaign. 

The organization of Methodist Men's Clubs continues to grow with an increase this 
ear of 22 new clubs for a total of 273. Clubs are again urged to elect their officers in 
une to take office in September in order that they might have the benefit of training 
ourses offered at Lay Retreat in August. 

A Conference-wide project of Men's Clubs will be the further development of the 
V. Jasper Smith Scholarship Fund. This fund will be used to support young people 
;oing into the ministry and attending Methodist, North Carolina Wesleyan, and Louis- 
iurg Colleges. 

The Board feels keenly its responsibilities in the field of stewardship. During the 
oming conference year, the Board will sponsor a Conference-wide Simultaneous Every 
/fember Canvass. This program has been discussed with Bishop Garber and the Cabi- 
tet, the Commission on World Service and Finance, and other Boards of the Confer- 
nce. Its purpose is to awaken our people to a deeper understanding and appreciation 
if their responsibilities as stewards of the Kingdom of God. It is a program whose basis 
s spiritual. It is a program for the local church. 

The program, new although the name is old, was developed by the General Board 
>f Lay Activities only three years ago. Its acceptance and use throughout Methodism 
las been phenomenal. Several of the churches in the Conference are already using it 
vith great success. To instruct us in its operation, Dr. Ernest Briggs of the staff of the 
General Board of Lay Activities will be with us in February. Instructors for each district 
vill be trained to explain the program to local church chairmen. The program will be- 
fin in each church in our Conference on March 6 and end on May 15. Your Board sin- 
erely believes that on the basis of reports of success from local churches, districts and 
intire conferences throughout the nation, we will likewise experience a strengthened 
upport of our Church both spiritually and financially. 

J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Conference Lay Leader 



REPORT OF QUADRENNIAL COMMITTEE ON 
LOCAL CHURCH EMPHASIS 

Theme: ''Enlistment for Christ" (March 1959-March 1960) 
The 1956 General Conference of the Methodist Church, in establishing a Quad- 
ennial Emphasis for the Local Church, designated the year March 1959 to March 1960 
is the year for TOTAL ENLISTMENT. Three distinct phases are included in the 
lesignation. They are: 

1. Total Enlistment of Every Member. 

2. Total Enlistment of the Unenlisted. 

3. Total Enlistment of Self. 

In order to accomplish this emphasis, your conference committee on Local Church 
emphasis makes the following recommendations: 

1. That the conference calendar of the Co-ordinating Council be followed as 
carefully as possible with every local church attempting to participate in the total pro- 
gram on the conference level. 

2. That full attention be given to all the special emphases of the church as 
lesignated in the conference calendar. 

3. That the local church take full advantage of the Conference-Wide Evangel- 
istic Rally to be held in State College Coliseum in Raleigh on October 5, 1959. 



188 North Carolina Annual Conference 

4. That the church make adequate preparation for the Conference Evangelistic 
Mission and participate fully in it. 

5. That in every local church a plan be worked out for the total enlistment of 
every member. The goal being the involvement of every church member in some form 
of Christian activity, in the confidence that the aotive member seldom becomes a lostt 
member. 

6. That in every local church a plan be worked out for the total enlistment of : 
the unenlisted. These persons to be sought out and won for Christ and for church 
school membership and church membership. 

7. That in every local church a plan be worked out for the total enlistment of i 
the individual — in the sense of full dedication of the self, including talents, time, and: 
resources and full commitment to Christian living in all the relationships of life. 

8. That in every local church there be a continuing emphasis on enlistment for i 
full time Christian Service. 

Christ wants and needs the total surrender of life to Him. He is not satisfied with 
just a casual gift of self. He cannot accomplish His redemptive work for needy men 
without the complete surrender of body, mind, heart, and will. The Total Enlistment I 
program demands a continued emphasis upon surrender and dedication. The conference 
committee urges that we of North Carolina Methodism seek total surrender to Christ. 

Graham S. Eubank, Chairman 
Marvin Vick, Vice-Chairman 
Paul Carruth, Secretary 



REPORT OF LONG RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE 

The 1958 Annual Conference adopted the following resolution: 

"3. It is recommended that a conference headquarters be established in the City 
of Raleigh on property offered by the Methodist Home for Children. 

It is also recommended that the conference approve the following resolutions 
adopted by the committee: 

BE IT RESOLVED: 

(1) That the details of financing the conference headquarters be referred 
to the Commission on World Service and Finance and/or the Methodist Foundation, Inc. 

(2) That a special committee be appointed by the chairman of the Long 
Range Planning Committee and the chairman of the Commission on World Service and 
Finance and that this committee be charged with the following responsibilities: 

a. To arrange with the Board of Trustees of the Methodist Home for 
Children the exact and specific site for the conference headquarters building. 

b. To work out the details for site, arrangement and allocation of 
space in the conference headquarters buildings. 

(3) We recommend that title to conference headquarters building be vested 
in the conference Board of Trustees." 
The following progress report is given: 

(1) The plan for financing the conference headquarters building is still in the 
hands of the Commission on World Service and Finance and/or the Methodist Foun- 
dation, Inc. 

(2) C. D. Barclift, chairman of Long Range Planning Committee, and Garland 
S. Garriss, chairman of the Commission 'on World Service and Finance, appointed the 
following committee: . 

Reverend A. J. Walton, chairman. 

Reverend W. L. Clegg. 

D. S. Coltrane, Raleigh. 

A. C. Edwards, Hookerton. 

Reverend G. S. Eubank. 
Reverend A. J. Walton has resigned as chairman of the committee effective July 1, 
1959, since he will retire at the 1959 session of the North Carolina Annual Conference 
in June, and immediately thereafter will move to Nashville, Term. 



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The Reverend O. L. Hathaway has been appointed to succeed the Reverend A. J. 
niton as chairman of the committee. 

The committee asked the Roard of Trustees of the Methodist Home for Children to 
lonate 6 acres between Glenwood Avenue and Wade Avenue, adjacent to the traffic 
circle. 

The committee has received many requests for space in the building. 

A deed to the 6 acres referred to above has been given by the Roard of Trustees for 
he Methodist Home for Children to the North Carolina Conference Roard of Trustees. 

C. D. Rarclift, Chairman 
W. L. Clegg, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN, INC. 



It has indeed been a pleasure to serve as superintendent of the Methodist Home for 
Children another year. We had a very fine year in many respects. Our boys and girls 
ire in a good state of physical health, their attitudes are improving, and we have had a 
^•ery good year at school. We have six seniors. One of these girls has averaged better 
than 90 for her entire high school career. Three are planning to go to college, one to 
Eastern Carolina, one to Mt. Olive Free Will Raptist School, and one to our Mediodist 
College in High Point. 

We have made some changes in our maintenance program and I feel that our 
campus is in the best condition we have had it since I've been here. 

Special services for the children have been added this year in our dental program. 
The Mental Health Clinic of Wake County has a new psychiatrist who has made his 
services available for a very small charge. In addition to that, we have the service of 
;i psychologist for a half a day a month to make some testing and evaluations of our 
L'hildren. 

As to our religious program, a Duke Divinity School student has been spending a 
part of three days a week on our campus during fall, winter, and spring. This summer 
he will be on our campus for full time work. After a six weeks training class under the 
leadership of the Reverend Charles McAdams, on Palm Sunday, 17 of our boys and 
girls were received into the Church by Dr. Howard P. Powell, pastor of Edenton 
Street Methodist Church. 

Ry the help of Miss Lena J. Martin, Mr. Al Rroten, and our staff, we have written 
'. Manual for Employees. We are also working on job analysis at the present. 

In our changing program of accepting school-age children through the senior high 
school class and placing the pre-school children in foster homes, we plan no longer to 
have a kindergarten. At this time, we would like to express our sincere appreciation 
to Miss Mary Ferree for her services rendered to the Methodist Home for Children for 
over forty years. 

During the year, the Study Committee: Reverend Leon Russell, Chairman; Mrs. 
E. Y. Speed; Mr. Guy Rarncs; Mr. Walter Riggs; and Mrs. Charles Young, reviewed 
the survey made by the National Roard of Hospitals and Homes and reported to our 
Roard of Trustees. Our Roard revised the report and presented same to the Rishop and 
his Cabinet and the Commission on World Service and Finance. We are beginning to 
see results of the study of the Survey Committee. It is my hope that tile long-range 
planning committee will make a very intensive study of our present campus — its build- 
ings and program. Although all of our buildings are in useful condition at present, it 
goes without saying at least two will need to be replaced within a few years. Much 
planning and study needs to be made before any decision can be reached. 

We are thankful for some progress that we feel has been made. Much remains to 
be done. May I take this opportunity of thanking the members of my staff, our Trus- 
tees, Roard of Hospitals and Homes, our Rishop and other Conference members for 
their interest and help. With the leadership and guidance of our Trustees, by the help 



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of Almighty God, may we continue to improve our Home for Children that we may 
render a real Christian service to our boys and girls. 

Robert L. Nicks, Superintendent 
II 

The Board of Trustees of the Methodist Home for Children nominates and elects 
the following trustees and asks the Conference to confirm them: 
Term Expires 1961: Mr. J. A. Lindsey. 

Terms Expire 1965: Harold Makepeace, S. T. Peace, Jr., Walter Biggs, P. D.| 
Snipes, C. A. Dillon, Sr., W. A. McGirt, Mrs. E. Y. Speed, Charles H. Young. 

The Reverend Robert L. Nicks has been elected superintendent for another 1 
year and the Board requests Bishop Garber to make this appointment. 

C. A. Dillon, President 
C. R. Philpot, Secretary 
III 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN, INC. 

Officers of Board of Trustees: C. A. Dillon, Sr., President; Dr. E. L. Hillman, Vice- i 
President; C. R. Philpot, Secretary. 

Executive Committee: C. A. Dillon, Sr., Chairman; Dr. E. L. Hillman, P. D. Snipes, ;j 
Charles H. Young, D. L. Cozart, Sr., C. R. Philpot. 

Term Expires 1961: Guy E. Barnes, Jack Gibbons, Reynolds May, J. A. Lindsey, 
Rev. O. L. Hathaway, Wesley Foreman, Dr. E. L. Hillman, Rev. Leon Couch. 

Term Expires 1963: D. L. Cozart, Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, C. R. Philpot, Judge Marshall 
T. Spears, W. C. Chadwick, John W. Hensdale, Rev. Leon H. Russell, M. R. Zim- 
merman. 

Term Expires 1965: Harold Makepeace, S. T. Peace, Jr., Walter Biggs, Charles H. 
Young, P. D. Snipes, C. A. Dillon, W. A. McGirt, Mrs. E. Y. Speed. 

Honorary Trustees: *Rev. L. S. Massey, Judge J. C. Biggs. 

Finance Committee: Charles H. Young, Chairman, C. A. Dillon, Sr., Dr. E. L. Hill- 
man > W - C - Chadwick, P. D. Snipes. RoBERT L NlCKS> Superintendent 

"Deceased 

REPORT OF THE MINIMUM SALARY COMMISSION 

The program of Minimum Salary assistance in the North Carolina Conference con- 
tinues to receive acclaim as one of the finest in Methodism. We are moving to a basic 
minimum salary which we believe to be reasonable minimum support level for the 
dedicated men serving our churches. 

We wish to express our appreciation to our district superintendents, the Commission 
on World Service and Finance, and to the officers of the Board of Missions for their co- 
operation in enlarging the funds available, and for assuring that all Minimum Salary 
Funds will be used only to bring salaries to the established minimum salary level. I 
We are still moving forward in this program of ministerial supplement for next 
year. We recommend that the salary be supported at the following minimum levels:. 
$3,200.00 for a single minister serving full time. 
$3,500.00 for a married minister serving full time. 

$3,900.00 for a married minister with dependent children serving full time. 
For student pastors we recommend that the salary be supported at the following 
minimum levels: 

$1,800.00 for a single minister serving as a student pastor. 
$2,000.00 for a married minister serving as a student pastor. 
$2,200.00 for a married minister with one dependent child serving as a student 
pastor. 

$2,400.00 for a married minister with two or more dependent children serving 
as a student pastor. 

In addition to this support for student pastors, their salary shall be increased by an 
allowance relative to the distance of their charge from the school they attend. When 



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he charge is within 25 miles of their school, it shall be increased by $100.00. When the 
harge is between 25 and 50 miles from the school, it shall be increased by $200.00; 
vhen the charge is beyond 50 miles and within 75 miles of the school, $300.00; when 
he charge is beyond 75 miles and within 100 miles of the school, $400.00; and when 
he charge is beyond 100 miles, $500.00 as a maximum increment. 

Beyond this current plan, the preparatory work has been done to raise this figure 
or those ministers serving full time by approximately $100.00 in each of the three 
jasic categories next year, so that we shall attain the basic minimum salary support of 
54,000.00 for a married man with dependent children, which was our goal at the be- 
pnning of the quadrennium. 

In order to achieve this goal, we encourage the wholehearted support of each pas- 
oral charge now receiving minimum salary support to raise the level of ministerial 
upport by the church or churches now served. As diis support is increased, more funds 
vill be freed to raise the general level of salaries. Unless this general promotion is 
ollowed, the goal cannot as readily be reached as now planned. 

As we commend the work of the district superintendents, we expect that the 
)rineiples governing the use of Minimum Salary Funds shall be studied and followed in 
jvery instance. The Principles Governing the Use of Minimum Salary Funds may be 
ound on pages 213-217 of the Journal of Proceedings of the North Carolina Annual 
inference, S.E.J., 1958. These shall apply as printed there except as regards minimum 
;alary items amended by the action of the above cited report. 

M. W. Lawrence, Chairman 
Thomas A. Collins, Secretary 



BOARD OF MINISTERIAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS 

NOTE: The Report of the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications is re- 
lected in die following records: 

1. Condensed Minutes, Part II, "Pertaining to Ministerial Relations — Section II. 

2. Record of "Preachers On Trial" — Section II. 

3. Roll, Status, Record of Service, Approved Supply Pastors — Section II. 

4. Classes in the Conference Course of Study. — Section TI. 

RESOLUTIONS 

RESOLUTION NO. 1: Concerning Approved Supply Pastors and Local Preachers 

Whereas numerous complaints have reached the Board of Ministerial Training and 
Qualification concerning the training of some men who have been recommended by tire 
<orth Carolina Annual Conference and sent to minister to Methodist congregations: 
kVhereas (in spite of our knowledge that some unlettered men have wrought wonders 
or the Kingdom of God); yet, in a day of advancing education and training we are 
tcutely aware of the intellectual and emotional needs of the Methodist minister. 

We, therefore, present this resolution setting forth what we consider to be some 
ninimum requirements: 

First, we recommend that ordinarily no person he given an Approved Supply status 
vho is over forty years of age; 

Second, we recommend that no man without a High School diploma, or its equiva- 
ent, be recommended for Approved Supply status; 

Third, we suggest to District Committees on Ministerial Qualification that no person 
vithout a High School diploma be given local preacher's license. 

W. M. HOWARD, JR., Chairman 

W. N. McDONALD, Registrar 

"Resolutions adopted by the 1957 Annual Conference (Editor). 



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RESOLUTION NO. 2: Concerning the On Trial Status of the Traveling Ministrj: 

Whereas, through the years the attitude has developed within the North Caroling 
Conference that after a preacher has been admitted On Trial his final reception into Full 
Membership is automatically assured; 

Whereas, paragraph 321 of the 1956 Discipline reads, in part, as follows: "A membe)' 
on trial is on probation as to his character, his preaching, and his competency as a pastor 
during this period the church determines whether he is worthy of becoming a full menu 
ber of the Conference. A person on trial may be discontinued without any reflection on 
his character." (Bold face not in the Discipline). 

Therefore, we resolve that it be recognized that the provision of the above paragraph 
has been and will continue to be in effect within the North Carolina Conference. 

W. M. HOWARD, JR., Chairman 
W. N. McDonald, Registrar 



REPORT OF METHODIST MINISTERS CREDIT UNION 

The books of Methodist Ministers Credit Union were audited as of April 30, 195S 
by Carl B. Martin, Fiscal Examiner of the Credit Union Division of the North Carolina 
Department of Agriculture. Below is the Balance Sheet resulting from that audit. 

Assets 
Cash: 

Checking Account with Commercial and Industrial Bank, 

Fayetteville, N. C $ 264.11 

Cash on hand 20.00 $ 284.11 

Investments: 

Savings Account with First Citizens Bank and Trust 

Company, Burgaw, N. C 213.65 

Stock in League Central Credit Union 7.03 $ 220.68 



Loans to members 688.00 688.0C 

Total Assets $1,192.79 

Liabilities 

Shares (Money invested by members of the Credit Union 

to provide capital stock for loans) $1,059.12 

Reserve Fund (Statutory reserve required of all 

State-chartered credit unions) 80.69 

Undivided Earnings as of December 31, 1958 39.75 

Profit and Loss (Income in excess of expense for the 

period January 1 through April 30, 1959 13.23 

Total Liabilities $1,192.78 

The lives of all members of the Credit Union are insured in the amount of theii 
investment in shares. 

The lives of all borrowers from the Credit Union are insured in the amount of the 

unpaid balance on their loans. «■»,»* t> .j 

C. M. Mitchell, President 

R. E. Walston, Treasurer 



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REPORT OF METHODIST STUDENT CENTER 

Fast Carolina College. Greenville, N. C. 

CUD'S CALL TO YOUTH" was the special emphasis of the Wesley Foundation's 
ogram this past year. First— The Call to he Christian; Second — The Call to Service 
the Church. 

The new Methodist Student Center, beautifully furnished, with adequate facilities, 
as opened to students at the beginning of Fall Quarter and the Wesley Foundation 
ogram was carried on in the Center in cooperation with the two Methodist Churches 

Greenville. Cars from the Churches called at the Center on Sunday mornings to 
ke the students to the two Sunday School classes for College students and to 
orning Worship. 

Evening prayer held every Sunday at 6:30 in the Chapel at the Center was an ex- 
srience through which students learned to worship as members of the Christian 
smmunity — The Church. Vesper-Discussions on Monday evenings were led by minis- 
rs, Directors of Student Work, Faculty members from East Carolina College and 
hristian Workers in various areas of service. Methodist Youth Caravan Service and 
3ports from Methodist Student Movement Conferences were presented by students, 
iree discussions on The Problem of Alcohol were led by a student who had attended 
e Intercollegiate School of Alcohol Studies in Canada last summer, a member of 
Icoholics Anonymous and a Christian leader in one of the Methodist Churches in 
reenville. These- Monday evening discussions were preceded hy supper and a time 

informal fellowship, in the Lounge at the Student Center. 

Alpha Zeta Chapter of Wesley Players carried on a program through the year cen- 
red on the Place ol Drama in the Church. A one-aci play was presented at a Metho- 
st Church in Greenville and in two rural churches. A student-directed play was pro- 
iced by members of the Chapter in cooperation with the College Class in Play Pro- 
lction and presented at the Center. 

Weekly informal Bible Study led by the Director; weekly meetings for meditation 
id prayer; Holy Communion every Wednesday morning during Lent; Holy Week 
tvices in the early morning, provided experiences of worship and opportunity for 
udy of our Christian faith. A program planned and conducted by students every 
riday from 7:30 to 11:00 p.m. in the Lounge and an informal social hour from 7:00 

11:00 p.m. every Saturday, a well equipped kitchen and a Ping Pong Room offer 
Jportunities for relaxation, recreation and fellowship. \ beautiful parlor on the Main 
loor invites student' to engage in conversation, meet new acquaintances and friends. 

A Freshmen Council was set up by the Director in the Second Quarter, composed 
: students selected for their potential leadership ability and active participation in the 
'F program. Weekly meetings were held for consideration and evaluation of the 
•ogram. This group made a real contribution to the Wesley Foundation and from tliis 
imber, nine were chosen for membership on the WF Council for the coming year. 

Enrollment at East Carolina College for die year 4,179, Methodist 872, Campus and 
own 816, Men 597, Women (19, Commuters 56 (these come only for classes), Fresh- 
en: 323, Men 152, Women 171; Upper Classmen: 193, Men 245, Women 248. All 
ere contacted by letter, visits, special invitations and announcements. Total number 
ached hy the WF program (those who responded) — 360. Participating in program 
12; Active in program 188; Vitally reached hy the program ("changed, moulded, ma- 
rred") — 110. The Director had 000 personal conferences with students during the 
jar. 

Contrihutions: Methodist Student Fellowship Fund— $100.00; Special Offering dur- 
tg Lent to work in India and Pakistan — $20.00; Negro Student at Paine College on 
/SCS Scholarship — $67.92. 

Conferences: Attended — District MSM Conference — 16 students; State MSM Con- 
:rence — 11; Regional Leadership Conference at Lake Junaluska — 3. One student 
:rved in Methodist Youth Caravan last summer; one attended the Intercollegiate School 
: nlcohol Studies in Canada: several served as counselors at Camp Don Lee. 



194 North Carolina Annual Conference 

The special event of the year was the Formal Opening of our new Methodist Stu j 
dent Center, November 2, 1958. The past year has been one of adjustment to thtj 
new building and the earnest endeavor to use the more adequate facilities to meet thtj 
opportunities offered by the expanding program of East Carolina College. College I 
enrollment is continually increasing, faculty is being enlarged, new buildings erected! 
additions to the curriculum, recognition of social fraternities and sororities, and ou>' 
Wesley Foundation must recognize and meet the challenge. 

We note a growing appreciation on the part of our students for the beauty, flexi* 
bility and potential usefulness of our new building, for the opportunities facing the 
Church on the Campus, and a deep sense of gratitude to the Church for providing 
the opportunity for growth in Christian faith and experience in the disciplines ofi 
study, thinking, prayer and serving. We look forward to the coming year with eager am 
ticipation and faith to "Attempt great things for God; expect great things from God.' 

MAMIEJ CHANDLER, Deaconess, 
Director 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

I 

"Enlistment" shall be the key word for the Board of Missions as it looks ahead to 
another year of progress and achievement in the causes of Church Extension and 
Missions. 

The "Call to Witness and Decision" was answered by increased missionary giving 
during this conference year. The district and subdistrict workshops held in January 
(nineteen in number) acquainted our commission members with the program and the 
materials available to carry forward this program. 

Ably guided by the Rev. M. W. Lawrence, Conference Missionary Secretary, and 
the Rev. Thomas A. Collins, Executive Secretary, these seminars initiated study groups, 
mission studies, and advance specials projects across the Conference. 

We particularly express our gratitude for the leadership provided by our District 
Missionary Secretaries: D. J. Reid, L. C. Vereen, C. J. Andrews, W. R. Stevens, A. C. 
Lee, R. L. Crossno, R. E. L. Moser, Robert Jerome, and A. P. Hill, Jr. These meij 
furnished excellent leadership, beginning with 100% attendance at the Southeastern 
Jurisdiction Missionary Conference at Junaluska in July. Our conference profits by 
the training and inspiration received in this annual meeting at Junaluska. 

We commend to each pastor and local church the fine work of the Woman's Society 
of Christian Service, ably guided by Mrs. Pierce Johnson of Weldon. The Woman's 
Society of Christian Service has achieved greatly in missionary support in our con- 
ference and we urge each local church to be an active member unit of this great 
agency. 

The Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Stevens of Rockingham are now in Europe as the coun- 
selors for our tenth annual Methodist European Caravan. They are guiding eight young 
college men and women in work and worship visitations among our European Metho- 
dist Churches. This caravan has continued to challenge and inspire numerous young 
churches visited. We commend this worthy project and bespeak its continuation. This 
summer our representatives shall visit in England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, 
Holland and France. 

The work of Church Extension continues to be one of the highlights of the mission 
program of our conference. During the six years of the Church Extension era, the 
North Carolina Conference has led all of Methodism in the number of new congrega- 
tions organized. We have seen the establishment of more than 65 new Methodist 
Churches during this period of time, and more than three million dollars has been 
raised and expended in this great venture. 

During the current quadrennium we have set as our goal, one new Methodist 
Church a month. Thus far this conference year we have established ten new congre- 
gations. 



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The new churches this year are: Brietz Memorial Methodist, Selma; Brogden Metho- 
ist, Goldsboro; Philadelphia Methodist, Red Springs; St. John Methodist, Fayette- 
lle; Northwoods Methodist, Jacksonville; Beulaville Methodist Church, Beulaville; 
ollins Chapel, Lumber Bridge; Christ Methodist, Graham; and Asbury Methodist, 
laleigh. Four additional churches are planned with appointments to be made at Annual 
inference. 

We earnestly offer our thanks to the many laymen and ministers who so faithfully 
ave supported the work of the Ten Dollar Club through these years. They have 
lade possible more than thirty-seven new Mediodist church buildings. The necessity 
f continuing this great program of the Ten Dollar Club is evidenced by the fact that 
tore than twenty-five new churches still need our assistance to build their first per- 
lanent unit. 

Church Extension is larger than just the establishment of new churches. We must 
rovide homes for our ministers in new churches and in new charges created by charge 
ivisions. This year we have assisted in the construction of twenty-three new parson- 
?es with donations between $500.00 and $1,000.00 each. More than $20,000.00 has 
een granted for this purpose. 

Forty-one churches have been assisted by the Board of Missions in building projects 
lis conference year, in addition to gifts from The Ten Dollar Club. Some have added 
lurch school facilities, enlarged present plants, or have begun new buildings. More 
lan $48,000.00 has been donated to make possible this expansion that our established 
lurches may serve their community more effectively. 

I In order to request a donation or loan from the Board of Missions, the pastor, or 
>me official of the church, must request an application blank from the Executive 
ecretary. This application must be completed and in the hands of the Executive 
ecretary not later than May 1st annually. These applications are then processed and 
Dnations granted at the time of Annual Conference. These funds granted on these 
iplications then will be available to the churches, parsonages, or other building causes 
tithin die ensuing conference year. 

i Funds allocated to a charge during the May-June period are available on their re- 
uest during the following year. If not properly claimed during that period of time, 
^e Board will retain the allocation for one additional year upon written request of the 
[large. At the end of that period of time, the funds will be returned to unappropriated 
blances to be allocated to some other worthy project. 

I A slide series entitled "The Story of Church Extension" has been prepared by our 
pcecutive Secretary. This has been revised and expanded to show in color slides this 
irilling story. This film is available from our District Missionary Secretaries or from 
\u Walton Memorial Film Library, ' '< Mrs. \V. R. Lawson, 2328 Derby Drive, 
Weigh, N. C. 

I Other excellent film strips and slides on mission themes are available through our 
jn library. We encourage the use of these visual aids with frequency in missionary 
lltivation. A film strip is available showing in thrilling color the work of the Comrnis- 
on on Missions. Another excellent one is entitled "Beyond Our Church Window." This 
spicts the program of World Service and should be shown in each local church of 
ai conference. 

| To further the work of Church Extension, and foster the growth of The Ten Dollar 
dub, we recommend that Sunday, January 17, 1960 be designated as Church Exten- 
on Sunday. We solicit the faithful support of each pastor that we may increase the 
.embership in The Ten Dollar Club to our goal of 7,500. Many individuals who have 
nited widi our churches since our first great emphasis should be challenged to share in 
iis program. Many committees, church school groups, or Methodist Men's Clubs would 
a happy to share if informed and challenged. 

i We need to look beyond our own doors at die needs of the world. To this end we 
<ould enlist your support of the Advance Special causes of Methodism. The following 
ems have been approved as specials for the new year. The Lands of Decision (Bo- 
via, Belgian Congo, Korea and Sarawak); all new Methodist churches organized since 
i352, including parsonages of these churches; proposed sites for new Methodist 
(lurches; tuition scholarships for directors of Christian Education; the Methodist Stu- 



196 North Carolina Annual Conference 

dent Center at East Carolina College; the Alaska Methodist College; the Bethany Mis- 
sion of the Shiloh charge, Rocky Mount District; the work of our conference mission- J 
aries in all other lands; Caravan Methodist Church of Linz, Austria; the work of Meth- 
odism in the European Area; Soo Chow University of Hong Kong; Sunset Park Metho- 
dist Church, Wilmington; the Paul Bunn Mission Work Fund; the foreign student aid- 1 
fund to assist students to study in Methodist Colleges in North Carolina; the Wesley 1 
Foundation, North Carolina College; John Wesley Methodist Church (C. J.) Fayette- i 
ville; The Vieques Mission of Puerto Rico; and the mission work of Bishop Barbieri in 
Argentina and Uruguay, South America. 

The Board of Missions nominated the following as members of the Pastors' School, 
Board of Managers: Rev. S. J. Starnes and Rev. A. S. Parker, terms to expire in 1961; I 
Mr. G. P. Hood and the Rev. J. W. Lineberger, with terms to expire in 1963; Mrs. J. H$ 
Cutchin and Rev. L. C. Vereen, terms to expire in 1965. 

We elect and request the appointment of the Rev. O. L. Hathaway as the Executive 
Secretary of the Board of Missions to succeed Rev. Thomas A. Collins. We commend < 
Mr. Collins for his work as our Executive Secretary for the past six years and pray 
God's richest blessings upon him as he enters the presidency of North Carolina Wes-: 
leyan College. 

We wish to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to the pastors and 
District Superintendents of the conference for their faithful support. We encourage 
their continued support of an expanding program of missions and church extension. 

II 

The Board of Missions, North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern Jurisdic- 
tion of The Methodist Church, Incorporated, was chartered by the North Carolina 
Conference to facilitate the expansion of church extension within the bounds of our 
conference. 

We are happy to report this is happening as planned. A loan was secured in Jupe 
of 1956 for $100,000.00 and we plan to repay this in full at this session of our annual 
conference. At present, this fund is valued in excess of $140,000.00. With these funds 
we have purchased more than forty sites and have secured eight Steelox buildings which 
we are using as temporary 'steel chapels' in new suburban communities. These shall 
continue to be moved and used to start new churches for many years to come. 

We propose this year to use this fund as collateral and secure a loan of approxi- 
mately $250,000.00 for greater expansion of our new churches through a growing loan 
fund. To this end we shall present proper resolutions to this session of our annual 
conference. 

We recommend the re-election of all officers of this Board for the ensuing year, and 
we encourage the support of the Conference that this agency of Church Extension may 
grow in its service. 

Ill 

The Survey, Research, and Planning Committee of the Board of Missions has de- 
veloped a growing program during this first year of incorporation into the life of the 
Board. 

As usual more than ten community surveys were made by Duke Divinity School 
Students under the guidance of this committee. Now we have eight new Methodist 
Churches in these communities and we plan new ones in the other two shortly after 
conference. This summer two Duke Divinity School students are conducting new com- 
munity survey studies preparatory to the establishment of more new churches. 

However, with long view perspective, the committee has devoted much time and 
study to a "Pilot District Study" to determine the nature and needs of all of our 
Methodist Churches in the conference. 

We propose during the coming year to make the Raleigh District our pilot district 
as we seek to discover the following information: 

1. The local church production story through a ten year period, as these 
churches are grouped for study by counties and greater community areas. 

2. The production of a thorough district map. Each church of all denominations. 



Journal of Proceedings 197 

aall be located (including all closed Methodist churches). Charge alignment shall be 
rudied with the view to possible re-alignment, or division. The location of schools and 
(ther significant community centers shall be studied. 

3. The inventory of physical equipment and buildings of our churches. The age 
nd condition, the size of site, the number and size of classrooms, the size and con- 
dition of the sanctuary, the size of fellowship hall, the availability of water, heat, lights 
nd other utilities, plus some study of present parsonage facilities. 

I With this information in hand, adequate study of solutions of discovered needs 
lall then occupy the forefront of our attention. This committee, under the guidance 
if Dr. C. W. Robbins, chairman, will then move progressively through a study of the 
iatire conference along similar lines, profiting from experiences in this pilot district 
ndy. 

IV 

RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION FOR REVEREND THOMAS A. COLLINS 

The Executive Committee, each member of the N. C. Conference Board of Missions 
ad Church Extension, and each individual church and church member of our Confer- 
nce join together in a statement of appreciation to the Reverend Thomas A. Collins 
\>r his outstanding work as Executive Secretary of our Board. 

Tom was the first full time Executive Secretary of our Board and, because of this, 
mch of his work has been ground work and cultivation. However, he has laid the 
jundation, built the structure, and already the harvest is manifest. He has been a 
lodern Francis Asbury as he has traveled and worked with almost every church and 
astor in our Conference in the causes of Missions and Church Extension. Through 
lese untiring efforts he has endeared himself to church after church and member after 
iember. We believe that we have one of the finest Boards of Missions in the United 
tates and the credit must go to our retiring Executive Secretary. 

We thank him lor his leadership in all phases of our program and we pray God's 
chest blessings upon him and his family as they go to other fields of service. 



RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION FOR DR. A. J. WALTON 

The face of The Methodist Church in North Carolina will not be the same again 
ecause of the resignation of Dr. A. J. Walton. He has offered capable leadership to 
le program of Duke Endowment across this state. 

While the face of Methodism has changed noticeably as the churches have been 
eautified, expanded and made more serviceable, the heart of Methodism has been 
lore deeply touched by this worthy servant of our Lord and Master. 

He has been a father and patient counsellor to many of our young ministers in 
le conference as well as at Duke Divinity School. He has been a patient advisor of our 
linisters and their lay committees as they have confronted serious and difficult build- 
lg problems, and he has sought at all times to be available to all men that he and they 
light more capably serve our Lord. 

Few men in a comparable period of time, slightly more than one decade, have so 
ampletely enhanced the lives and churches of North Carolina Methodism. It has been 
oth a pleasure and a privilege to know and to labor with such a man as Dr. A. J. 
ack) Walton. 

He loves people and has evidenced the fact that each member of the Board of 
lissions is his warm, personal friend. His physical presence will be keenly missed as he 
titers this period of retirement but his spirit and influence shall be indelibly impressed 
pon this Board. 

Clyde S. Boggs, President 
W. D. Caviness, Secretary 



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VI 
AMENDMENTS AND MOTION 

1. The Board of Missions, Inc., requests this session of the North Carolina Annual 
Conference of The Methodist Church to grant permission to borrow a sum up to 
$250,000 at the most favorable terms to expand the loan funds for Church Extension. 

Adopted. 

2. That this session of the North Carolina Annual Conference send official greet-! 
ings of love, confidence, and appreciation to the members of the European Youth 
Caravan. 

Adopted. 

W. D. Cavtness, Secretary 

Motion: 

3. That the Annual Conference urge its Board of Missions to include the Goodi 
Shepherd Home in the list of Approved Conference Advance Specials. 

Adopted. 

This report was adopted. 

E. L. Earnhardt 



REPORT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

(Board of Managers) 

The 1959 session of die Pastors' School and the Christian Convocation was held on 
the West Campus of Duke University, Durham, during the period August 4-7, 1958.' 

An outstanding program was arranged by the Board of Managers, featuring Dr. Earl 
Morland, Dr. George A. Fallon, Dr. Lowell B. Hazzard, Dr. James Wood, Dr. A. J. 
Walton, Dr. Dan Calame, and Dr. Robert E. Cushman. 

Dr. Earl Morland delivered the James A. Gray Lectures on the subject "Christian 
Higher Education." Dr. Robert E. Cushman gave the morning meditations and was in. 
charge of the Convocation Communion Service. Dr. George A. Fallon, pastor of Lake- 
wood Methodist Church, Cleveland, Ohio, spoke each evening as our Convocation 
Preacher. 

Dr. Hazzard's lectures were on the subject "The Bible and Evangelism." Dr. Wood's 
theme was "New Testament Messages for Our Time." 

The afternoons were spent in seminars in the following areas: (1) Church Archi- 
tecture, led by Dr. A. J. Walton of the Duke Divinity School faculty; (2) Certified Lay 
Speakers and Officers of Methodist Men, led by Dr. Don Calame from the staff of Gen- 
eral Board of Lay Activities. 

Advance preparations were handled by the Board of Managers, Wilson O. Weldon, 
Chairman, and the Convocation Committee of the Duke Divinity School, Dean James 
Cannon, Chairman. Helpful assistance was provided by Dr. J. Richard Spann, Di- 
rector of the Department of In-Service Training of the General Board of Education. 
During die School the annual luncheon of the Duke Divinity School Alumni Associa- 
tion was held. 

The 1959 School will be held on the Duke Campus November 2, 3, and 4. An in- 
teresting program has been planned. 

Wilson O. Weldon, President 
Board of Managers 
A. J. Hobbs, Vice-President 
LaFon C. Vereen, Secretary 
W. A. Kale, Director 



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STATEMENT OF THE J. M. ORMOND FUND 

For the Training of Ministers for the Rural Churches 
For The Period July 1, 1958 through February 28, 1959 

mount of The Fund 
rincipal Contributions 
rior Years: 

Transferred from Scholarship Funds 
in accordance with excerpt from 
minutes of the N. C. Conference 

Methodist College Advance 

Gift of Mr. A. A. Kern, 1954-55 

Gift of Mrs. John D. Huitt, 1954-55 

Surplus transferred to Principal 



et Investment Gain or Loss: 
Prior Years 
Current Year 7-58 thru 2-28-59 



urplus: 

Balance July 1. 

Expenditures: 

Stipends 



1958 



levemie: 

Investment Income: 



'otal Amount of The Fund 
.ssets of The Fund 
Iquity of Pooled Cash 
Equity in Group Investments 



$ 54,444.40 

313.00 

25.00 

6.00 

20,000.00 




S 12,820.92 
834.15 


$ 74,788.40 


$ 9,936.74 
154.68 


13,655.07 


S 9,782.06 
$ 2,671.83 






S 12,453.89 
$100,897,36 

$ 12,453.89 
$ 88,443.47 


A. J. Walton 


$100,897,36 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON WORLD PEACE 

I The threats of war in the Far East, the Near East, Berlin, and Algeria, strengthens 
ur beliefs in the principles of the Christian religion. It is imperative that The Metho- 
dist Church increase and strengthen her forces in every place on earth where we now 
ave a foothold, and that we enlarge our vision of a World Won to the Principles of 
Christian Living. We believe that if all nations could see and understand Christ, the 
jeoples of the whole earth would uphold the standards of Peace on Earth and Good 
Vill to All Mankind. Anything less than this is ridiculous and suicidal. Christ must 
,ecome the inspiration of our thinking and planning. His Way of Life must become 
be Way of Life for all. As we teach Christ and His Way of Life, effectively, all 
eoples and nations will understand that the peaceful solution for all international prob- 
?ms will be discovered through the inspiration that comes from Christ. The Spirit of 
;hrist must become the Spirit of every conference where the difficulties of living to- 
ether in our world are discussed. 

We submit and prescribe the following as definite contributions to Peace on Earth: 

1. Let every Methodist preacher as a prophet of God sound the warnings of 

,rod from the pulpits, calling our own nation to repent of our sins, and turn back to 



200 North Carolina Annual Conference 

God, from which we have strayed; and let the people be reminded diat God will forgive I 
us and save us. 

2. Let our beloved Church, through every means at our disposal, proclaim the j 
unsearchable riches of Christ until this nation has repented, and rid itself of its bold ! 
defiance in the face of God, to the end that our nation takes its proper place to lead | 
the world morally and spiritually. 

3. The leaders of our nation should not show a belligerent altitude in any oH 
their private or public speeches, rather they should show a calm peacefulness, the .j 
Spirit of Christ within their hearts, a readiness to discuss problems of international I 
concern, and a strength that is born of spiritual insight and acquaintance with Christ. . 

4. We must let it be known at home and abroad in the world, (1) that we do;a 
not depend upon modern and new weapons of warfare, but upon the goodness 
of Almighty God. (2) that we have a deep concern for the oppressed peoples of the 
earth, and extend to them a sympathetic and helpful hand in solving their internal 1 
problems; (3) that we are willing to share with them our abundance of food and cloth- ■ 
ing; (4) that we are willing to send economists who will help them fight against disease, 
want, fear, and ignorance. 

5. One third of the world is Christian and one third is communist. The re- 
maining third of die world will be at the end of this century communist or Christian, ac- 1 
cording to the effective work and sacrifice of each group. Surely the Christian com-fi 
munity will not permit the Communists to gain ground faster because we are noH 
willing to make the sacrifice that is important to the winning of them to Christ. Surely, . 
The Methodist Church as a part of the world, Christian community, will make whatever i 
sacrifices are necessary, to the end that we may share in that glorious victory when 
Christ becomes Lord and Saviour to all of the succeeding generations. 

Lawrence A. Watts, Chairman 
Carl Newton, Secretary 



BOARD OF PENSIONS 



Report No. 1 

For the support of the conference claimants during the conference year 1959-'60, 
we recommend an apportionment on the churches of 16% of the salaries of the preachers 
and dieir ministerial assistants. We also recommend the annuity rate of $50.00 per 
service year for retired preachers, including retired approved supply preachers who 
have served at least ten full-time years. 

The names, addresses, and years of service of the conference claimants will appear 
in the conference journal. We recommend special appropriations as follows: Nannie < 
Pattishall $350.00; Mrs. J. W. Smith $600.00. 

The conference claimants who have died during the year are: Benjamin F. Boone, 
Harold G. Cudirell, Mrs. James M. Culbreth, Mrs. Velarins A. Royal, Mrs. Elijah L. 
Stack, Mrs. H. S. B. Thompson and Mrs. D. K. Williams. To their loved ones we ex- 
tend our prayers and sympathy. 

Due to the marriage of Mrs. Harley A. Chester to Mr. Gordon Casey, Mount Olive, 
N. C, Dec. 14, 1958, her name has been removed from the list of Conference 
Claimants. We extend congratulations and best washes to Mr. and Mrs. Casey. 

The Board recommend that the honorarium of the secretary remain at S300.00 plus 
expense account. 

John M. Dozier, President 
R. L. Cox, Vice-President 
W. R. Stevens, Secretary 

Report No. 2 

Resolution to amend Report of the Board of Pensions as follows: 
"That we pay out of the reserve funds $300.00 this year to drose retired men of our 
Conference who retired before Social Securitv became available for ministers. And that 



Journal of Proceedings 



201 



he Board be asked to study the matter during this year with a view to making this 
lontinuous during the life time of these men, and report to next session of the North 
Carolina Annual Conference." 

D. E. Earnhardt 

L. M. Hall 

Report No. 3 
STATEMENT OF PROSPECTIVE DISTRIBUTION 

Conference Year 1959-60 

Retired Ministers 
Annuity Rate $50.00 



1 Barnes, Albert S. 


49 


49 


2450 






2450 


2 Benson, Walter C. 


32 


32 


1600 






1600 


3 Boone, J. Joshua 


46 


46 


2300 






2300 


4 Bradley, James W. 


45 


42 


2100 


3 


ISO 


2280 


5 Brandenburg, F. B. 


31% 


31% 


1588 






1588 


6 Brown, William II. 


34 


34 


1700 






1700 


7 Cade, William A. 


40 


40 


2000 






2000 


8 Chambers, Martin R. 


38% 


15% 


775 


23 


1 134 


1909 


9 Clarke, David A. 


40% 


37% 


1875 


3 


180 


2055 


10 Clegg, Ernest R. 


37% 


37% 


1875 






1875 


11 Cline, John 


33 


14 


700 


19 


1140 


1840 


12 Cowan, Ernest G., Sr. 


35% 


35% 


1788 






1788 


13 Cranford, John D. 


28% 


28% 
28 


1425 
1400 






1425 


14 Culbreth,' Charles F. 


28 


1400 


15 Dawson, Walter L., Jr. 


18 


16 


800 


2 


120 


920 


16 Dimmette, Joel W. 


37% 


37% 


1 S75 






1875 


17 Dodd, Eff D. 


39 


39 


1950 






1950 


18 Durham, Ernest C. 


31 


31 


1550 






1550 


19 Duval. K. F. 


13 


43 


2150 






2150 


20 Earnhardt, Daniel E. 


H% 


41% 


2075 






2075 


21 Elliott, William F. 


45 


22 


1100 


23 


1380 


2480 


22 Ewing, Henry C. 


29 


13 


650 


16 


800 


1450 


23 Farrar. Walter G. 


36% 


36% 


1825 






1825 


24 Fields, Paul H. 


23 


23 


1150 






1150 


25 Fitts, Robert X. 


39 


39 


1950 






1950 


26 Fletcher, Maynard O. 


35 


32 


1600 


3 


144 


1744 


27 Glass, Henry I. 


40 


40 


2000 






2000 


28 Guthrie, Charles \V. 


34 


27 


1350 


7 


420 


1770 


29 Hall, Edgar \l. 


26 


26 


1300 






1300 


30 Hall, Leon M. 


10% 


40% 


2025 






2025 


31 Harmon, John ( 


;o 


22 


1100 


1 1 


832 


1932 


32 Hayman, Louis D. 


40 


K) 


2000 






2000 


33 Hendricks, Harris L. 


. 43 


31 


1550 


12 


600 


2150 


34 Herbert, James F 


30% 


30% 


1538 






1538 


35 Hethcox, Robert L. 


39% 


39% 


1988 






1988 


36 Hillman, Edgar L. 


38% 


36% 


1825 


2 


100 


1925 


37 Hovle, John W., Sr. 


28 


20 


1000 


8 


440 


1440 



202 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



H>< 

Hurley, Bernard T 44 

Hurley, J. Bascom 40% 

Lance, Hicks E 29 

Lee, Thomas W 36 

Long, John 35 

Love, Frank S 44 

Lowe, William G 39 

Lowry, D. F 40 

Lowry, French B 7 

Loy, W. L 38% 

McLamb, McDonald . 35y 2 

McBae, William V 39 

Maness, Eli C. 37 

Maness, Paul B 24% 

Maness, William L 40V2 

Martin, W. Christian 42 

Massey, Lucius S 36 

Melton, Omer C 31 

Merritt, Benjamin O. . 39% 

Munns, Bichard F 37 

Myers, Hiram E 10 

Newton, Baymond Z.° 37% 

Noblitt, Frank B 31 

Phipps, William T. 43 

Poole, Ivey T 41% 

Porter, Hubbard B 41 

Bichmond, Isaac S 37% 

Bogers, Charles T 46 

Bussell, John A 42% 

Self, Marvin Y 45 

Sharpe, Daniel M 33 

Slaughter, Baxter B 42% 

Smith, Jackson L. 32 

Spence, Hersey E. 18 

Starling, George B 46 

Surratt, H. Freo 38% 

Tharpe, John A. 27 

Thrift, Charles T 43 

Underwood, William J. 32 

Vaughan, William N. ... 30 

Vickery, Bobert L 13 

Walton, Arley T 42% 

Williams, B. M 18 

' 2840% 



u 

2 





6 


44 


2200 




40% 


2025 




29 


1450 




36 


1800 




35 


1750 




44 


2200 




39 


1950 




40 


2000 




7 


350 




37% 


1875 


1 


35% 


1775 




39 


1950 




37 


1850 




7% 


388 


17 


40% 


2025 




42 


2100 




36 


1800 




27 


1350 


4 


39% 


1975 




37 


1850 




10 


500 




22% 


1125 


9 


29 


1450 


2 


40 


2000 


3 


41% 


2075 




41 


2050 




30% 


1525 


7 1 


46 


2300 




42% 


2125 




44 


2200 


1 


31 


1550 


2 


42% 


2125 




30 


1500 


2 


18 


900 




46 


2300 




38% 


1938 




27 


1350 




29 


1450 


14 


32 


1600 




30 


1500 




13 


650 




7% 
18 


388 
900 


35 



3g 

$5 






38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

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60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 



2601% 130091 



232V4 



50 



612 



216 



330 
120 
150 



261 



60 

120 



120 



840 



1344 
11693" 



2200 
2025 
1450 
1800 
1750 
2200 
1950 
2000 

350 
1925 
1775 
1950 
1850 
1000 
2025 
2100 
1800 
1566 
1975 
1850 

500 
1455 
1570 
2150 
2075 
2050 
1786 
2300 
2125 
2260 
1670 
2125 
1620 

900 ; 
2300 
1938 
1350 
2290 
1600 
L500 

650 

1732 

900 



141784 



"Additional pensions paid from MRPF for 6 1/4 years. 



Journal of Proceedings 
Widows Annuity Rate $35.00 



203 



No 


Name 




g 


>. 

< 












"o.a 


u 


u 


j= « 


11 


o c 






<> 


z 


£ 


o£ 


o< 


H< 


1 


Adams, Mrs. Gaston T. 


25% 


25% 


901 




901 


2 


Alexander, Mrs. Clark C. 


8% 


2% 


79 


6 


158 


237 


3 


Atkinson, Mrs. R. Ernest 


32y 2 


23 


805 


9% 


373 


1178 


4 


Autry, Mrs. John W 


28 


28 


980 






980 


5 


Boone, Mrs. Benj. F. 


39% 


39% 


1383 






1383 


6 


Bridgers, Mrs. Luther B. 


24% 


3% 


123 


21 


735 


858 


7 


Bross, Mrs. John P 


9V 2 


9% 


333 






333 


8 


Brown, Mrs. Robert E. 


28 


28 


980 






980 


9 


Bund)', Mrs. Jesse D. 


27% 


27% 


963 






963 


L0 


Caviness, Mrs. Cicero H. 


22% 


22 


770 


% 


23 


793 


11 


Caviness, Mrs. Doctor N 


34% 


34% 


1208 






1208 


12 


Coble, Mrs. Thomas S. 


19 


5 


175 


14 


630 


805 


13 


Coley, Mrs. Herman T. 


2% 


2% 


96 






96 


14 


Cotton, Mrs. Solon A. 


32% 


32% 


1146 






1146 


15 


Craven, Mrs. Eli B. 


33% 


33% 


1164 






1164 


L6 


Culbreth, Mrs. Corn's B. 


27% 


27% 


963 






963 


17 


Cuninggim, Mrs. Jesse L. 


11% 


11% 


403 






403 


IS 


Cuthrell, Mrs. H. G. 


7 


7 


245 






245 


L9 


Dowd, Mrs. Orren \\ . 


26% 


26% 


928 






928 


20 


Downum, Mrs. Edgar W. 


33 


33 


1155 






1155 


21 


Draper, Mrs. Jesse T. 


41 


41 


1435 






1435 


22 


Edwards, Mrs. C. J. 


26 


26 


910 






910 


23 


Edwards. Mrs. John H. 


28% 


28% 


1006 






1006 


24 


Edwards, Mrs. Robert G. 


39 


38 


1330 


1 


45 


1375 


25 


Etheridge, Mrs. Lou'd S. 


16% 


16% 


586 






586 


26 


Garner, Mrs. D. I. 


10 


10 


350 






350 


27 


Geddie, Mrs. Daniel C. 


24 


24 


840 






840 


28 


Glenn, Mrs. Edwin C. 


11 


11 


385 






385 


29 


Grant, Mrs. Rufus R. 


4y 4 


4% 


149 






149 


30 


Grant, Mrs. Thomas M. 


33% 


33% 


1173 






1173 


'31 


Hardest)', Mrs. Wm. R. 


6% 


6% 


236 






236 


32 


Harris, Mrs. Cecil B. 


16% 


16% 


578 






578 


38 


Harris, Mrs. Lov V. 


18 


18 


630 






630 


34 


Hill, Mrs. Ethelbert L. 


31 


31 


1085 






1085 


35 


Holmes, Mrs. G. \V., Sr. 


26 


26 


910 






910 


36 


Houston, Mrs. Benj. H. 


29 


29 


1015 






1015 


37 


Johnson, Mrs. X. B. 


21 


21 


735 






735 


38 


Jolliff, Mrs. James M. 


28 


28 


980 






980 


39 


Jones, Mrs. Chas. A. 


39 


39 


1365 






1365 


id 


Jones, Mrs. Lloyd B. 


27% 


27% 


963 






963 


41 


Joyner, Mrs. Frank B. 


22 


22 


770 






770 


12 


Joyner, Mrs. Lemon H. 


34 


34 


1190 






1190 


13 


Lane, Mrs. Daniel 


35y 4 


35% 


1234 






1234 


14 


Lassiter, Mrs. W. C. 


29 


29 


1015 






1015 


15 


Lewis, Mrs. John J. 


21% 


21% 


761 






761 


16 


Lupton, Mrs. Fred. A. 


34 


32 


1120 


2 


73 


1193 


IT 


McCracken, Mrs. Jacob H 


.38 


38 


1330 






1330 


48 


McDonald, Mrs. Neil M. 


14 


11 


385 


3 


105 


490 


in 


McWhorter, Mrs. Eu'd H. 


44% 


34 


1190 


10% 


391 


1581 



204 North Carolina Annual Conference 



i\o 


i\ame 


■p 


> 


< 




>. 


>. 






"ft s 


u 


u 


js a 


11 


2 c 






ft Oj 








•m c 


o c 






O 


£ 


z 


o£ 


o< 


H< 


50 


Martin, Mrs. Junius A. 


36% 


36% 


1286 






1286 


51 


Mercer, Mrs. Saul E. 


2% 


2% 


96 






96 


52 


Mercer, Mrs. S'ym 'r E., Ji 


. 19% 


19% 


691 






691 


53 


Nettles, Mrs. Stephen A. 


6 


6 


210 






210 


54 


Nicks, Mrs. Samuel F. 


42 


42 


1470 






1470 


55 


O'Briant, Mrs. J. B. 


19 


19 


665 






665 


56 


Ormond, Mrs. Jesse M. . . 


17 


17 


595 






595 


57 


Overton, Mrs. Ernest G. . 


15% 


15% 


534 






534 


58 


Parker, Mrs. David B. . 


14 


14 


490 






490 


59 


Perry, Mrs. George W. 


30% 


30% 


1068 






1068 


60 


Phillips, Mrs. Chas. N. 


31 


31 


1085 






1085 


61 


Phillips, Mrs. Jas. G. 


21 


21 


735 






735 


62 


Piland, Mrs. Wm. A. 


25% 


25% 


884 






884 


63 


Pilcher, Mrs. Walter G. 


23 


3 


105 


20 


750 


855 


64 


Proctor, Mrs. Creasy K. 


32% 


29% 


1041 


3 


105 


1146 


65 


Read, Mrs. Chas. L. 


20% 


20% 


718 






718 


66 


Royall, Mrs. Wm. R. 


32 


32 


1120 






1120 


67 


Sawyer, Mrs. Lewis E. 


1% 


1% 


53 






53 


68 


Scoville, Mrs. Virgil P. 


17% 


6% 


228 


11 


385 


613 


69 


Singleton, Mrs. L's T. 


39 


39 


1365 






1365 


70 


Smith, Mrs. Harry C. 


43% 


43% 


1514 






1514 


71 


Snipes, Mrs. Eugene M. 


23% 


23% 


831 






831 


72 


Stanford, Mrs. Jas. T. 


36 


36 


1260 






1260 


73 


Sutton, Mrs. Thomas H. 


24% 


24% 


866 






866 


74 


Thompson, Mrs. Arnold C. 7% 


7% 


254 






254 


75 


Thompson, Mrs. Bryan C 


33% 


33% 


1164 






1164 


76 


Tyson, Mrs. Marvin E. 


10 


10 


350 






350 


77 


Vickers, Mrs. Thurman G 


28% 


28% 


998 






998 


78 


Walters, Mrs. Whitford F 


20% 


20% 


718 






718 


79 


Walton, Mrs. Wm. C, Jr 


8% 


8% 


298 






298 


80 


Watson, Mrs. Wm. J. 


8 


8 


280 






280 


81 


Whedbee, Mrs. James C. 


40% 


40% 


1426 






1426 


82 


Wilcox, Mrs. Armour D. 


30V 4 


26% 


919 


4 


180 


1099 


83 


Williams, Mrs. John C. 


30 


30 


1050 






1050 


84 


Woodall, Mrs. Preston D. 


26% 


26% 


928 






928 


85 


Wooten, Mrs. John C. 


24 


24 


840 






840 


86 


Wright, Mrs. N. M. 


16 


16 


560 






560 


87 


Wright, Mrs. Samuel E. 


6% 


6% 


219 






219 


88 


Yearby, Mrs. Norman C. 


40 


40 


1400 






1400 



2127% 2021% 70770 105% 3953 74723 



Journal of Proceedings 



205 



CHILDREN 

Annuity $12.50 



Name of Mother or Guardi 
No. Name of Child 



1 Cuthrell, xMrs. H. G. 

Glenn 5 

2 Harris, Mrs. C. B. 

Roger Byron 17 

3 Harris, Mrs. C. B. 

Esther Kay 15 

4 Harris, Mrs. C. B. 
Henry Paul 13 

5 Harris, Mrs. C. B. 

William Gaines . . . . 9 

6 Harris, Mrs. Loy V. 

Betty Carol 17 

7 Pattishall 

Nannie (dependent) 

8 Phillips, Mrs. James G. 

William Hart 

9 Thompson, Mrs. A. C. 

David 
10 Walton, Mrs. W. C, J 

Patricia Jane 
1 1 Walton, Mrs. W. C, Jr. 

Pamela Jeanne 

12 Walton, Mrs. W. C, Jr. 

Wm. Carlisle, III . 

13 Walton, Mrs. W. C, Jr. 

Charles Lee 



15 



K> 



7 

16% 
16% 
16% 
16% 
18 
28 
28% 
8 

8% 
8% 
8% 
8% 



7 

16% 
16% 
16% 
16% 
18 
28 
23% 
8 

8% 
8% 
8% 
8% 



88 
206 
206 
206 
206 
225 
350 
297 
100 
106 

106 
106 

106 



43 



189% 184% 2308 



43 



206 

206 

206 

206 

225 

350 

340 

100 

106 

106 

106 

_106 
2351 



SPECIAL CONFERENCE CLAIMANTS 

Ministers 

No. Name Years t 

1 Freeman, W. J 30 

2 Hale, William R. 

3 Porter, P. M 9% 

Totals 39% 

Widows 

1 Smith, Mrs. J. W 

Total 



•Vnnuity 


Relief 


1500 






300 


488 




1988 


300 




600 




600 



206 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON PROMOTION 
AND CULTIVATION 

The members of the Commission on Promotion and Cultivation wish to express our 
thanks to every agency of the Church for the privilege of sharing with them in the work 
of The Methodist Church. 

We wish to thank every person who has had a part in the support of World Service, 
Advance Specials, Week of Dedication, Fellowship of Suffering and Service, and Tele- 
vision Ministry, Special Days, the Quadrennial Program for Educational Institutions and 
the Interdenominational Fund. 

We have helped in the production and distribution of a "Flip-Chart" for use in 
the every-member canvass in the local church. 

We have helped in the expenses of the delegates to the joint meeting of the Con- 
vocation and the Workshops sponsored by the Commission on Promotion and Culti- 
vation for the Southeastern Jurisdiction held in Atlanta, Georgia. 

We have shared with die Television Ministry in the publicity of "Talk Back" over 
WRAL, Channel 5, in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

We offer our services to the Board of Lay Activities in their program of steward- 
ship during die coming year. In co-operation with some of the agencies of the Con- 
ference we propose to prepare material for help to the ministers in seeing the oppor- 
tunities diat are provided for the pastor and his family. 

We rejoice in the achievements of the campaign for Christian Higher Education. 

O. L. Hathaway, Chairman 
Clyde S. Boggs, Vice-Chairman 
J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Secretary 



REPORT OF METHODIST BOARD OF PUBLICATION 

For 104 years the publication which now goes under the name of The North 
Carolina Christian Advocate has served Methodism in this state. 

During die past year the management of the Advocate has attempted to cut down 
the losses incurred in publishing the paper by raising the price to $3 per individual 
subscription. We believe that this increase will help us give North Carolina Methodism 
a finer paper. 

We are gratified at the fine cooperation given us this year by the district superin- 
tendents and pastors. 

During the year, the Rev. Henry Gibat, formerly a pastor in die North Carolina 
Conference, became associated with die organization as business manager. He will be 
in charge of the work of the Piedmont Press. Mr. Renard Mitchell, superintendent of 
the Press, who has been widi die organization for nearly fifty years, will retire in 
August, and we express our gratitude to him for these years of faithful service. 

We recommend diat next year the Conference set a goal of ten per cent of the 
church membership subscribing to the Conference paper. 

The term of J. N. Hackney as a member of the Board of Trustees of The Methodist 
Board of Publication expires this year, and we respectfully request his re-election by 
the North Carolina Conference. 

Charles E. Jordan, President 
O. Kelly Ingram, Secretary 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

We recommend for the supernumerary relation: Claude L. Barrett, C. H. Beale, 
J. A. Wagnon. 

We recommend for the retired relation: 

For this year: J. P. Bartak, F. B. Brandenburg, W. R. Hale, J. F. Herbert, H. C. 
Jones, G. M. Kelly, McDonald McLamb, R. Z. Newton, A. J. Walton. 

Before this year: A. S. Barnes, W. C. Benson, J. J. Boone, J. W. Bradley, W. H. 



Journal of Proceedings 207 

Brown, W. A. Cade, M. R. Chambers, D. A. Clarke, E. R. Clegg, John Cline, E. G. 

Cowan, J. C. Cranford, Frank Culbreth, W. L. Dawson, J. W. Dimmette, E. D. Dodd, 

E. C. Durham, K. F. Duvall, D. E. Earnhardt, W. F. Elliott, H. C. Ewing, W. G. 

Farrar, R. N. Fitts, M. O. Fletcher, W. J. Freeman, H. I. Glass, C. W. Guthrie, E. M. 

Hall, L. M. Hall, J. C. Harmon, L. D. Hayman, H. L. Hendricks, R. L. Hethcox, E. L. 

Hillman, J. W. Hoyle, B. T. Hurley, J. Bascom Hurley, H. E. Lance, T. W. Lee, J. O. 

Long, F. S. Love, G. W. Lowe, D. F. Lowry, F. R. Lowry, W. L. Loy, E. C. Maness, 

P. R. Maness, W. L. Maness, W. C. Martin, *L. S. Massey, O. C. Melton, B. O. Merritt, 

R. F. Munns, H. E. Myers, W. V. McRae, F. B. Noblitt, W. T. Phipps, I. T. Poole, H. B. 

Porter, P. M. Porter, I. S. Richmond, C. T. Rogers, Sr., J. A. Russell, M. Y. Self, D. M. 

Sharpe, B. B. Slaughter, J. L. Smith, H. E. Spence, G. B. Starling, H. F. Surratt, J. A. 

Tharpe, C. T. Thrift, W. J. Underwood, W. N. Vaughn, R. L. Vickery, R. D. Wellons, 

B. M. Williams. 

C. E. Vale, Chairman 
W. G. Brogan, Secretary 



'Deceased since Conference. 



REPORT OF THE METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC. 

The Methodist Retirement Home is one of the North Carolina Conference's finest 
efforts in its program of meeting the needs of people in the Master's name. The Home 
>tands as a monument to those who accepted the need as a challenge and gave of 
"heir time, talents, and money to bring a dream into reality. 

The Home is governed by a Board of Trustees nominated by the Bishop and his 
Cabinet and elected by the Annual Conference. All nine districts of the Conference 
ire represented on this Board. In addition to the 45 elected members, there are two 
honorary members and several ex-officio members. Membership of the Board is di- 
vided into seven committees to cover every phase of the Home's operation. The Board 
las two regular meetings a year. The committees meet whenever needed. 

The Home was filled to its licensed capacity of 42 soon after it was opened in Sep- 
ember, 1955. Approximately one-third of the membership are ministers, their wives, 
:>r widows. Ages of the members range from 65 to 91, with an average age of over 80. 
So universal is the need that every District in the Conference is represented by a 
ninimum of two. There is a long waiting list with applications coming in weekly. 

Because of die growing need of an increasing number of persons over 65, a new 
addition is now completed giving the Home a total capacity of 125 members. In less 
than four years from the opening date the Home's capacity is tripled. In order to make 
this expansion possible, a long-term loan in the amount of $600,000 has been secured, 
which covers the $540,000 cost of the new construction plus the $60,000 balance due 
:>n the original building. 

The addition has provision for 83 members, most of these in private rooms, with 
•dtting rooms, sun porches, beauty parlor, and a creative life or hobby section, with 
greenhouse for the members. 

The entire top floor will be one of the best planned and most modernly equipped 
infirmaries in the state. Divided into three sections, it has provision for the care of 
the critically ill, the senile, and the chronically ill. The top floor location gives the ad- 
vantage of being able to expand to the top floor of the original building, giving a 60 
bed infirmary. This will be adequate for a total home membership of approximately 
200. Experience shows that if members over 65 are accepted and kept for life, the 
Home must have one-third of its facilities infirmary. This must be for residents of 
cottages and apartments as well as main building. 

The building is so planned and managed that in nearly four years there has been 
only one broken bone in the membership, and that came dirough no fault of the Home. 
(This record is with an average age of 80 years). 

Because many people desire the services and security offered in The Retirement 
Home but want more room and more privacy than is found in a dormitory type of 



208 North Carolina Annual Conference 

living, the long-range plans call for cottages and apartments. The first four of these 
apartments are now completed with additional ones to be built as the need arises. 
The cottages will give all the privacy found in any location plus many of the 
services available in a retirement home. When closer companionship and more services 
are found desirable, the apartments grouped around the main building will provide this. 
If circumstances make infirmary care necessary for husband or wife, the other will be 
able to move into the main building and thus be near the loved one and have security 
and care. Upon the passing of husband or wife, the other may move into the main 
building. 

Frequently people have thought of a church Retirement Home exclusively as a 
place for indigent persons and persons who are family problems. The Retirement Home 
is serving a number of these persons, but the experience of this and other Homes > 
shows that a Home can handle only a limited number of such persons. There are other i 
agencies that can handle many of these cases better than can a Retirement Home. 

There is great need that can best be met by a church Retirement Home. There 
are cultured people with financial security, who because of family situations are often 
more lonely and have a greater feeling of insecurity in the sunset of life than most I 
of us imagine. These, too, need a home with a Christian environment where they can: 
find love, security and companionship. The Methodist Retirement Home is an ideal 
place of retirement for these persons. 

The Home is located to best serve, on a beautiful 38-acre tract just inside the.' 
western limits of the city of Durham. The Home at 2616 Erwin Road is between the 
North Carolina Cerebral Palsy Hospital and the Veteran's Hospital, and adjacent to the 
beautiful Duke University campus. 

The proximity to Duke University, with its Chapel, Divinity School, and Hospital, 
makes available unsurpassed religious, cultural, and medical services. These, with the 
delightful climate of Piedmont North Carolina, and its strategic location in the NorthJ 
Carolina Conference, make this a delightful place for retirement. 

The Home is not a nursing home, but a retirement home, taking only those who are* 
reasonably able to look after themselves. It is prepared, however, to keep a person for 
life once accepted. 

A minimum age of 65, a life of service to the church and community, and need 
for the services offered by the Home, are the basic requirements for membership. 
Preference is given to Methodists from the bounds of the North Carolina Conference. 
Members are accepted on a monthly boarding basis and on life contract. They 
contribute according to their ability to pay. Payments range from $160 per monthl 
down to $70, for an average of $135 per month. 

The monthly rate of $160 covers: room, board, laundry, dry cleaning, the services 
of the Home's physician, the medicine he prescribes, the nursing and geriatric carei 
available in the modernly equipped infirmary, and the religious and social life of' 
the Home. 

Each case is considered on its merits, as to admission and finances. No one has 
been turned away solely because of lack of finances, but members are asked to con- 
tribute in proportion to their ability. 

The Home is here to serve, so please feel free to let the Home know about those 
who need the services offered in the Home. 

The Home is financed largely through the money which comes from the members 
to be applied to their keep; from the churches of the North Carolina Conference 
through their budget as a part of the general giving, and the special Mother's Day 
Offering. Other sources of income are from individuals. The money coming through 
the budget of the church will be used to pay off the indebtedness. 

The benevolent work of the Home, that is, the care of those who cannot pay the 
cost of their keep, must be met by contributions from individuals. The finest oppor- 
tunity for this is through tire Mother's Day Offering. The Home requests that Mother's 
Day remain a day of Special Offering for The Retirement Home. 

Through personal gifts and wills, you have an excellent opportunity to help in this 
great work. Your generosity determines the amount of benevolent work that the Home 



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an do. You, through the Methodist Retirement Home, can change your material gifts 
nto care for some older person. 

Another way is through memorials. The building, or any part of it is available as a 
uemorial in recognition of appropriate gifts. In making plans for financing the new 
onstruction it was felt that the furnishing of rooms afforded such a marvelous oppor- 
unity for memorials that this should be the means of financing this work. Three 
undred and fifty dollars furnishes one of the rooms and places a bronze plaque on 
he door of that room indicating die donor and the person memorialized. Persons are 
welcomed at any time to visit the Home and discuss this matter. 

Many people make it a practice of sending a gift to the Home in lieu of sending 
lowers on the passing of a friend. An appropriate card is sent to the family of the one 
o honored and the memorial is listed in "The Book of Remembrance." 

An opportunity to serve the Home in a personal way is offered dirough die ac- 
ivities of the Home's Auxiliary. Information may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Carl 
hunting, President, in care of the Home. 

Through the budget of your church, a liberal Mother's Day Offering, and special 
[ifts, you share with God as you accept the challenge of Christ on the Cross, to look 
fter His Mother. You make available a Christian home for those who have given their 
ives in service to God, the church and the community. 

J, F. Coble, Superintendent 

II 
Nomination of the Following Trustees In serve ;i three year term arc made by the 
abinet: 

Term to expire in 1962: Rev. E. R. Clegg, I.. R. Foreman, Manly G. Mann, J. L. 
Iorne, J. H. Rose, Reid A. Maynard, Rev. \. W. Grant, If. J. Carr, Rev. M. C. Dunn, 
^ev. O. L. Hathaway, Hc\ . M. W. Lawrence, Rev. VV. R. Stevens, B. Troy Ferguson, 
3r. J. E. Garlington, Roscoe W. Joyner. 

Honorarv Members: Dr. H. I. Glass, \\ . V. McRae. 



REPORT FOR THE BOARD OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC 
RELATIONS 

The Methodist Church from its very beginning lias been vitally concerned regarding 
he Christian's relations with his fellow man. John Wesley clearly stated that there was 
i social as well as a personal application of the Christian gospel. The church dirough 
ts history has continued to give a vital place to the teaching of social responsibility 
or all who come into its fellowship. We Methodists have even a greater stake in this 
natter in the day which we seek to work for the advancement of the kingdom of God. 

The Conference Board of Social and Economic Relations has as its objective to 
rain and work for a more Christian Social Order within the area in which we function 
s a church. There is a feeling on the part of many of die members of this Conference 
hat a larger amount of effort should be given by our laymen and our ministers to con- 
ideration of the matters of social concern. In the areas of political responsibility, 
conomic justice, family relations, and racial justice there is a place for prayerful and 
houghtful consideration on the part of ever) member in every local church in the 
>. T orth Carolina Annual Conference. 

During die year it is the purpose of this board to cooperate with our Conference 
loard of Temperance and Commission on World Peace, and study the basis for Chris- 
ian Social Action. The foundation upon which all of our agencies wdl work grows 
»ut of die same scriptural instructions and Christian ideals. We believe that the 
>onference-wide seminar to consider these matters will contribute greatly to a more 
ital program in the field of Christian Social Action. 

Wo believe it is advisable that the local churches organize for this area of work. 
)ur board recommends the organization of local church commissions of Christian 
iocial Relations. To aid in the organization and xerogram of this commission we highly 
ecommend that pastors secure enough copies of the manual entitled "Who Is My 





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Neighbor?" Also, we recommend that pastors and members of the commission draw 
from the resources provided in the Methodist Story. A new magazine written for 
workers in the field of Christian Social Relations has recently been issued for the pur- 
pose of helping to enrich the work done for this cause. The name of the magazine is 
Contact and at least one copy should be received in every local church. 

To effectively serve as members on the commission on Christian Social Relations 
the members of the commission need to receive instruction and inspiration from quali- 
fied leaders. We believe that die training program for the commissions should be ex- 
panded to include a place for the members of die local church commission of Christian 
Social Relations. Our board requests that opportunity be granted by die North Caro- 
lina Annual Conference for such a training program this year. We assure the Confer- 
ence of our desire to work with die Board of Temperance and the Commission on 
Peace to develop a well rounded program for these meetings. 

As local churches seek to develop their programs of action we recommend that 
they draw upon the resources that have been provided by the General Board of Social 
and Economic Relations. Lists of leaflets and pamphlets will be gladly furnished by 
the secretary of the board. From time to time announcements are made concerning the 
release of additional resources. As new literature comes, ministers and laymen alike 
should make an effort to get it and study it and seek to use it wisely in their programs 
of action. 

The one historic statement that sets forth clearly die basic principles of Christian 
Social Action for our church is our Social Creed. We should recommend that a wide 
study be made of diis creed during the coming year in all of our local chinches. An 
appropriate time for such a study would be in either the Labor Day season or United 
Nations Day, or in connection with the observance of Race Relations Sunday. It would 
be wise if every minister planned to get a copy into every home on his charge. 

T. J. Whitehead, Chairman 
R. H. Fleming, Secretary 



AMENDMENT 

"For die coming year the Commission on Social and Economic Relations be required 
to select and study a few of the more important issues confronting us, and to bring 
to the 1960 Annual Conference recommendations for specific actions in these areas — 
such, for instance, as are recommended by the Board of Evangelism in its area of 
concern." 

David G. Bradly 
Jack Crum 
Charles McCoy 
Charles E. Jordan 



RESOLUTION CONCERNING OBSCENE LITERATURE 

Whereas the Methodist Church has ever sought to hold before mankind the spiritual 
values without which mankind cannot survive, and has sought to stress the importance 
of high ideals and righteous living; and whereas the contemporary flooding of our drug 
stores and newsstands with all sorts and conditions of debasing and sex-obsessed litera- 
ture threatens the healthy moral and spiritual attitudes of people everywhere: 

Be it resolved that this session of the North Carolina Conference of the Methodist 
Church go on record as deploring the current mass publication and sale of obscene 
literature, and stand in opposition to the demoralizing effect it has upon the values 
and attitudes of the populace of our state. 

Be it further resolved that this Conference go on record as seeking to implement 
the sentiments of this resolution by offering to our local Churches the following sug- 
gestions for positive action against this menace to our moral and spiritual lives: 



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(1) That the local Churches consider the presentation to their membership by pro- 
grams, discussion groups, sermons, etc., of the demoralizing effects on individuals and 
society of the current flood of sex-obsessed literature, so that our people may be in- 
telligently informed of its dangers. 

(2) That the local Churches consider ordering, presenting, and studying copies of 
the booklet A Sickness In Society by the Rev. Ralph A. Cannon, which is the best 
study available of this problem, and that they consider positive action on some of the 
recommendations that he makes. (This pamphlet can be ordered from the Temperance 
Press in Washington, D. C). 

(3) That the local Churches stress to their membership the importance of good and 
uplifting literature, and if possible, seek to establish and maintain for the use of their 
membership a library of good literature. 

(4) That the local Churches bring this problem to the attention of their local whole- 
sale magazine distributor or his agent, and to the owners of the local drug stores and 
newsstands, and discuss with them the far-reaching implications and effects of the prob- 
lem; and offer all possible encouragement and help to those who are willing to attempt 
something constructive in this field. 

Arnold Pope 
Henry G. Ruark 
Robert Bradshaw 
Key Taylor 
Ralph Fleming, Jr. 
William M. Jeffries 
J. D. Young 
K. R. Wheeler 



REPORT OF STATISTICIAN — 1959 

1. What are the Educational Statistics: Number and name of institutions; enroll- 
ment; value of property; endowments? 

Institutions: 5; Duke University, Greensboro College, High Point College, Pfeiffer 
College, Louisburg College; enrollment 7989; value of property $65,154,393; endow- 
ment, $34,296,163. 

2. What are the Homes for Methodist Children Statistics: Number of institutions; 
value of property; endowment; number of children; cost per child per day? 

Methodist Home for Children, 1; value $1,342,703; endowment $1,443,065; number 
of children, 167; cost per child per day, $4.00. 

3. What are the number of Districts and Pastoral charges? Number of Districts, 9; 
Number of Pastoral charges, 450. 

4. What is the number of members in all the churches in the conference? 
The number of members in all the churches, 189,635. 

5. What is the total number received on profession of faith? 
The total number received on Profession of Faith, 5510. 

6. What is the net gain for the Conference year? 
The net gain for the Conference year, 3,267. 

7. What is the number of local church schools? 
The number of local church schools, 819. 

8. What is the enrollment in our church schools; officers and teachers; children's 
division; youth division; adult division; total membership? 

The number of officers and teachers, 11,818; children's division, 45,987; youth di- 
vision, 26,532; adult division, 62,856. Total enrollment, 147,193. 

9. What amount has been raised through the Church School on fourth Sunday 
offerings? The amount raised through the fourth Sunday, $57,093. 

10. What is the number of Woman's Society of Christian Service: Membership, 
and amount spent for local work? 



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Number of societies, 749; Membership, 33,309; spent for local work, $257,954. 

11. What is the number of charter groups of Methodist Men and their membership? 
The number of charter groups of Methodist Men, 265; Membership, 8,829. 

12. What is the number of houses of worship and their value? 
Number of houses of worship, 827; Value, $45,950,176. 

13. What is the number of District Parsonages and their value? 
The number of District Parsonages, 9; Value, $233,000. 

14. What is the estimated value of parsonages, furnishings, and land? 
The estimated value, $6,107,690. 

15. What is the estimated value of all other property (including cash and bonds)? 
The estimated value of all other property, $1,310,678. 

16. What is the indebtedness on buildings, equipment, parsonages and current 
expenses? 

The indebtedness, $5,066,852. 

17. What amounts have been raised for advance specials general, and advance 
specials conference? 

Advance specials general $65,582; advance specials conference $41,964. 

18. What amount has been raised for Church School Rally Day? 
The amount raised for Church School Rally Day, $9,229. 

19. What amount has been raised for Fellowship of Suffering; Methodist Television 
Ministry; Race Relations; Week of Dedication; Methodist Retirement Home; Mother's 
Offering; and Methodist Student Day? 

The amount for Fellowship of Suffering, $10,094; Methodist Television Ministry, 
$3,663; Race Relations, $5,287; Week of Dedication, $6,948; Methodist Retirement 
Home, $15,455; Methodist Student Day, $4,009. 

20. What amount has l>een raised for Methodist Home for Children, Church Ex- 
tension, College Sustaining Fund, Conference Youth Camps, Golden Cross Fund, Metho- 
dist Retirement Home, and World Service and other Conference Benevolences? 

The total amount raised for all above combined benevolences, $1,037,433. 

21. What amount has been raised for the support of the Ministry, Episcopal Fund, 
District Superintendent Fund, Pastors and Associates, Travel allowances, Conference 
Pension Fund, and Minimum Salary Fund? 

Episcopal Fund, $31,350; District Superintendent Fund, $85,399; Pastors and As- 
sociates, $1,680,177; Travel allowance, $125,704; Conference Pension Fund, $247,487; 
Minimum Salary Fund, $126,608. 

22. What amount has been raised on principal and interest of old indebtedness, 
building and improvements, current expenses, and church school administration? 

Paid on principal and interest of old indebtedness, $1,104,493; paid on building and 
improvements, $1,730,310; paid on current expenses, $1,332,331; paid on church school 
administration, $315,488. 

23. What amount has been contributed by the Duke Endowment for chinch build- 
ings, church maintenance, and pension fund? 

Church building, $86,750; church maintenance, $55,000; pension fund, $32,500. 

24. What amount has been contributed to the Pension Fund by the Methodist Pub- 
lishing House? 

The amount contributed by the Methodist Publishing House, $7,579. 

25. What is the grand total for all purposes from all sources in the conference year? 
The grand total raised from all sources for the year, $9,140,270. 

D. D. Traynham 



REPORT OF THE INTER-CONFERENCE COMMISSION 
ON STUDENT RELIGIOUS WORK 

The Methodist Student Movement strives to stress evangelism, Bible study, the 
Christian faith, the Church, Christian fellowship, ecumenicity, Christian education, 
service, Christian vocation, religion in higher education, participation in a university 
Christian movement, and world Christian community. Supervising the direction of the 



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Methodist Student Movement of North Carolina in carrying out Methodism's ministry 
to campus communities located in this state is the task of the Inter-Conference Com- 
mission on Student Religious work. 

We have co-operated in interdenominationally-sponsored activities and in projects 
of fellowship, training, and service sponsored by Methodist Annual Conferences and 
by the General Board of Education. 

These projects were sponsored by the Methodist Student Movement of North 
Carolina: 

1. Adoption of a Constitution. 

2. A Fall Retreat at Camp New Hope to train new officers of local units. Leaders 
included: Mr. Allan Burry, Chairman of the United Student Christian Council; the 
Rev. David Swain, Director of the Tokyo Wesley Project; and local directors. 

3. A United Nations Model Assembly held in Greensboro. This was to stress in- 
ternational good will and United Nations mechanics. More than 15 colleges were rep- 
resented; several students were from other countries. Speakers were Dr. Robert Lee 
Humber, author of the Charter for the Federation of the World, and Miss Connie 
Curry of the Collegiate Council for the United Nations. 

4. The Annual State Conference held in Winston-Salem. This was for inspiration 
and business. Speakers included: Dr. Mack B. Stokes of Emory University and The 
Rev. Harmon L. Smith, Jr., of Burlington. 

5. A Theological Discussion Group of ministers interested in working with stu- 
dents. During the year the group considered the following: Christianity and Existen- 
tialism; John Wesley's Concept of Salvation; Morality, Moralism, and the Christian 
Faith; Learning through the Covenanted Community; God's Grace and the Christian 
Sacraments; and the Incarnation. 

6. Week-End District Conferences held in Brevard and Raleigh. Speakers were 
Dr. J. Lem Stokes, President of Pfeiffer College, and The Rev. Harmon L. Smith, Jr., 

7. Personal Visits to 25 campuses, including concerted visits to several. 

Here is some condensed information about our Methodist work at some of the 
schools in North Carolina: 

Appalachian State Teachers College, Boone, the Rev. Robert Gibson, Director of 

i the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 2039; Methodist preference, 513; affected by 

! Methodist group, 61. During the year more emphasis was placed upon study groups 

and the training of officers. The students are anxious to see a Methodist Student Center 

built on the lot purchased last year. When the Center is built, it will house the 

Wesley Foundation which now meets in the basement of Boone Methodist Church. 

Agricultural and Technical College, Greensboro, the Rev. John Cony, Director of 
the Methodist group which will become a Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 2600; 
Methodist (all branches) preference, 644; affected by Methodist group, 173. During 
the year study groups and fellowship meetings have been held, and deputations have 
been sent to help local churches. An adequate budget and its own meeting place will 
permit the group, which now meets on the campus and at Browning's Chapel Methodist 
Church, to become an accredited Wesley Foundation. 

Davidson College, Davidson, the Rev. Russell Montfort, Pastor and Counselor of the 
Methodist Student Fellowship. Enrollment, 850; Methodist preference, 150; affected 
by Methodist group, 80. During the year stimulating sessions of study and fellowship 
for Methodist students were held. Plans are underway for the new wing of the David- 
son Methodist Church which will include facilities for students and a meeting place for 
the Methodist Student Fellowship. 

Duke University, Durham, the Rev. Arthur Brandenburg, Chaplain to Methodist 
Students. Enrollment, 6000; Methodist preference, 1500; affected by Methodist group, 
500. During the year the program emphasis has moved from being a strictly under- 
graduate one to a ministry to the whole university, including graduate students, faculty, 
and administration. The Crusader, a theological journal, is written, mimeographed, and 
distributed by the students. A study seminar traveled to New York, talked with theo- 
logians, viewed plays, etc., in an effort to learn more about the "Christian Faith and 
Contemporary Culture." Funds are needed for books and materials and for honoraria 



214 North Carolina Annual Conference 

for speakers and leaders of the Methodist Student Fellowship which meets in the Meth- 
odist Student Center located between the two campuses. 

East Carolina College, Greenville, Miss Mamiej Chandler, a deaconess, Director of 
the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 4179; Methodist preference, 872; affected by 
Methodist group, 360. During the year the new Methodist Student Center, built by 
the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the North Carolina Conference (SeJ), was 
occupied; the formal opening was held on November 2, 1958. The program has been 
planned carefully this year to make the best possible use of the expanded facilities. 
Emphases placed upon worship; Bible study; the Church — Its Nature and Mission; need 
for full-time workers in the Church. Two young men have made the decision to enter 
the ministry of the Methodist Church. 

North Carolina College at Durham, the Rev. Douglas Moore, Director of the Medio- 
dist group which will become a Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 1200; Methodist (all 
branches) preference, 350; affected by Methodist group, 90. During the year emphasis 
has been placed on theological study and fellowship. Several copies of A Layman's 
Guide to Protestant Theology by William Hordern were bought and studied by stu- 
dents. A Methodist Student Center is needed to house the group which now meets on 
the campus and at Asbury Temple Methodist Church. 

Pembroke State College, Pembroke, Miss Marjorie Kanable, Counselor of the Wesley 
Fellowship. Enrollment, 430; Methodist preference, 108; affected by Methodist group, 
55. During the year Power, a devotional guide for young people, has been made avail- 
able to all Methodist students. A Prayer Room at First Methodist Church was arranged 
by youth and college students. It is anticipated that meetings now held in the audi- 
torium, a class room, or First Methodist Church, can be held next year in the old 
Cafeteria. Funds are needed to help students attend conferences and to carry on the 
local program. 

North Carolina State College, Meredith College, Peace Junior College, Rex Hospital 
and State Hospital are served by the Wesley Foundation of Raleigh with the Rev. Neal 
V. McGlamery as Director. Figures for enrollment, Methodist preference, and the num- 
ber affected by the Methodist group respectively for each school are as follows: 
State: 6072, 1380, 200; Meredith: 677, 100, 44; Peace: 271, 30, 10; Rex: 150, 25, 15; 
State Hospital: 100, 10, 6. Fellowship dinners and deputations to other schools have 
been held regularly during the year; plans are underway to place more emphasis upon 
study. The Wesley Foundation is enjoying the new facilities (occupied last year) in a 
wing of Fairmont Methodist Church. 

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Rev. Robert Johnson, Director 
pf the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 7300; Methodist preference, 1700; affected by 
Methodist group, 450. During the year much of the program and all offices were 
moved to the newly-purchased "Wesley House." There was greater emphasis in the 
field of study. The Wesley Lectures were established, with the first lecturer being 
Prof. Paul Tillich of Harvard University. A study seminar traveled to New York. A 
seminary interne has been appointed by the Danforth Foundation to assist in next year's 
program. There is urgent need of building a Methodist Student Center to house the 
Wesley Foundation which now meets in die old residence known as "Wesley House" 
and in the basement of University Methodist Church. 

Western Carolina College, Cullowhee, the Rev. & Mjs. Milford V. Thumm, Pastor- 
Director and Associate Director, respectively, of the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 
1421; Methodist preference, 322; affected by Methodist group, 275. During the year the 
^roup co-sponsored a delegate on the Scandinavian youth caravan and in other ways 
tmphasized world friendship. Programs were presented on such subjects as: Christianity 
md its relationship to sex and marriage, the Church year, the responsible student, mod- 
ern literature, and the Dead Sea Scrolls. The morality play, "Everyman, was pre- 
sented. New quarters are needed for the Wesley Foundation which now meets in the 
basement of Cullowhee Methodist Church. 

Wake Forest College, Salem College, and Baptist Hospital are served by the Wes- 
ley Foundation at Winston-Salem with the Rev. Robert W. Younts as Director. Figures 
for enrollment, Methodist preference, and the number affected by the Methodist 



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group, respectively, for each school are as follows: Wake Forest, 2500, 300, 115; Salem, 
450, 100, 25; Baptist Hospital, 160, 50, 60. During the year the Wesley Foundation 
became conditionally accredited. During the Easter holidays a study seminar of 15 
people traveled to New York. Study groups were expanded. More emphasis was placed 
on ministering to nurses. The Wesley Foundation is quartered in the new building of 
Maple Springs Methodist Church. 

The Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, the Rev. 
Robert F. Streetman, Director of the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 2107; Methodist 
preference, 670; affected by Methodist group, 400. During the first semester The Rev. 
Robert Barefield served as part-time Director, since Mr. Streetman was still in school 
and could not be hired on a full-time basis. Extensive counseling was carried on, study 
groups were broadened, Sunday evening "firesides" were held, and students felt it 
more necessary to take responsibility upon themselves. During the second semester 
under the full-time Director, study groups were deepened and plans were made for 
better integration of the entire program. The Wesley Foundation has quarters in College 
Place Methodist Church. 

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR WESLEY FOUNDATION BOARDS 
AND CAMPUS-CHURCH RELATIONS COMMITTEES 

Appalachian State Teachers College 

Mrs. R. E. Agle, Roy E. Bell, W. J. Bullock, Peggy Cathey, W. W. Chester, Mrs. 
James H. Council, Max Dixon, Jack Groce, Mrs. John Houck, Mrs. Elaine Kirk, John 
Kirk, Carl Meeks, J. R. Melton, David Middleton, Vickie Moose, Lee Reynolds, D. J. 
Whitener, Garland Winkler. Ex-Officio Members: Pastor of the Boone Methodist 
Church, District Superintendent of the North Wilkesboro District, Local and District 
Secretaries of Student Work of the WSCS. 

Agricultural and Technical College 
C. A. Barrett, J. E. Brower, W. T. Brown, Mrs. F. S. Culpepper, Mrs. Ruby Davis, 
C. E. Dean, Tom Harmon, Mrs. J. L. Heptenstall, W. L. Kennedy, D. W. Morehead, 
G. M. Phelps, Paul Reid, J. W. Sapp, Mrs. Veda Stroud, W. M. Wells, Jr. 
Davidson College 
H. A. Bryson, Mrs. John Butts, James Purcess, C. E. Ratliff. 

Duke University 
John Dozier, Bob Gayler, Ellen Huckabee, Charles E. Jordan, Mrs. W. A. Kale, 
M. W. Lawrence, Robert McKenzic, Nancy Smith, William Van E. Sprinkle, Harold 
Stephenson. 

East Carolina College 
C. H. Boyd, Mamiej Chandler, Earl Duncan, Donald H. Edman, Mrs. Jake M. 
Hadley, A. J. Hobbs, W. M. Howard, Leo W. Jenkins, Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Mrs. James 
T. Keel, Mrs. W. Taylor Long, Charles T. Marston, C. P. Morris, J. Malloy Owen, 
Elaine Page, Mrs. J. H. Rose, Mrs. George W. Smith, Mrs. William H. Taft, James H. 
Tucker, Mrs. L. C. Vereen. 

North Carolina College 
Ardiur Brandenburg, H. C. Dawson, Mrs. Ruth Gillium, R. Johns, N. Johnson, 
R. Johnson, Mark Lawrence, James Hicks, M. Turner. 

Pembroke State College 
Simeon Cummings, Adolf Dial, Jakie Locklear, D. F. Lowry, Harvy Lowry, Mrs. 
Joyco J. Lowry, Robert Mangum, Andrew Ransom, Julian Ransom. 
The Wesley Foundation of Raleigh 
(N. C. State, Meredith, Peace, Rex Hospital, State Hospital) 
Harvey L. Bumgardner, Guy Cassell, Mrs. J. L. Etchells, B. Troy Ferguson, N. W. 
Grant, J. E. Legates, R. H. Leoppert, Lucy Neblett, Preston D. Page, R. M. Pinkerton, 



216 North Carolina Annual Conference 

R. H. Snyder, H. E. Springer, A. B. Starnes, Juanita Stott, Mrs. D. H. Sutton, R. S. 
Talton, R. C. White. 

The University of North Carolina 
Mrs. C. N. Allen, C. D. Barclift, David A. Brooks, A. M. Fisher, Frank Hanft, 
Donald Hayman, Charles S. Hubbard, Mrs. A. S. Johansson, Guy Johnson, Robert L. 
Johnson, A. M. Jordan, Khnsey King, Ronald Koonts, William Olsen, Jr., J. D. Phillips, 
Wayne Smith, McNeil Smith, Louis R. Wilson. 

Western Carolina College 

Hieronomous Bueck, W. E. Bird, Mrs. Hazel Cotter, Mrs. Mable Crum, David 
Daniel, Mrs. Mary Dodson, Nobel Garrett, Anne Hammond, Mrs. Dan Moore, Mrs. 
Ruth Reid, Charles Stewart, Ralph Sutton. 

The Wesley Foundation of Winston-Salem 

(Salem, Baptist Hospital, Wake Forest) 
Wesley Bailey, Zeb Barnhardt, Heil Bollinger, Arthur Brandenburg, Mrs. Douglas 
Dillard, Mrs. J. R. Durham, O. T. Fowler, William P. Gilbert, Richard Hanner, Jr., 
N. M. Harrison, Mark Hawthorne, H. B. Howe, W. A. Hunt, Harold Hutson, Annej 
Jewel, Robert Johnson, Mrs. Mary Ruth Jumper, Thomas Langford, H. Michael Lewis, 
Mrs. Linville K. Martin, Jim McLean, Mrs. Anne Murphy, Clifford Peace, Mrs. Charles 
Reynolds, Sara Lou Richardson, C. Excelle Rozzell, Harmon L. Smith, T. Lynwood 
Smith, Mrs. Earl D. Staley, Frank A. Stith, Jr., J. L. Stokes, II, Mrs. F. N. Tomlinson, 
Lee Tuttle, Dan O. Via, Jr., Mrs. L. J. Whisnant, N. C. Williams, Jr. 

The Woman's College of the University of North Carolina 

Warren Ashby, Mrs. W. Stanley Baker, Mrs. W. A. Bales, Clarice Bowman, Henry 
Ferrell, B. G. Gentry, Harold Hipps, J. R. Holden, Kenneth E. Howe, Pauline Keeney, 
Louella Kidd, C. C. Lipscomb, Clay Madison, Stephen P. Millikan, Dwight B. Mullis, 
Danny Sue Outlaw, Franklin Parker, Mary Russ, Ernest M. Scarborough, A. D. Shaftes- 
bury, Louise Templin, E. R. Zane. 

RECOMMENDED FOR APPOINTMENT 

North Carolina Conference (CJ) 

The Rev. John Corry, Director of the Wesley Foundation, Agricultural and Tech- 
nical College. 

The Rev. Douglas Moore, Director of the Wesley Foundation, North Carolina 
College at Durham. 

North Carolina Conference (SeJ) 
The Rev. Arthur Brandenburg, Chaplain to Methodist Students, Duke University. 
The Rev. Robert Gibson, Director of the Wesley Foundation, Appalachian State 
Teachers College. 

The Rev. Robert L. Johnson, Director of llie Wesley Foundation, University of 
North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 

The Rev. W. M. Wells, Jr., State Director of the Methodist Student Movement of 
North Carolina. 

Western North- Carolina Conference 
The Rev. Neal V. McGlamery, Director of the Wesley Foundation of Raleigh. 
The Rev. Milford Thumm, Pastor-Director, The Wesley Foundation of Western 
Carolina College. 

The Rev. Robert: W. Vomits, Director of the Wesley Foundation at Winston-Salem. 

Howard C. Wilkinson, Chairman 
C. P. Morris, Secretary-Treasurer 
W. M. Wells, Jr., State Director 



Journal of Proceedings 217 

REPORT OF THE TELEVISION, RADIO AND FILM COMMISSION 

The Television, Radio and Film Commission has experienced the greatest year in 
s seven-year history. This year has seen the expansion of the Audio-Visual Library, 
le growing demand' for its services beyond our expectations, the projection of the first 
jries of Talk Back television programs, and substantial progress in numerous other 

The Commission recommends that the Audio-Visual Library be named the Walton 
lemorial Audio-Visual Library of the North Carolina Annual Conference. This will 
onor the memory of the Rev'. W. Carlisle Walton, Jr., who died in a New York air 
rash while in attendance at a meeting of the General Commission of Television, Radio 
rid Film work. Mr. Walton was the initiator of the library in our conference and served 
s chairman of our commission before his election to membership on the staff of the 
eneral commission in Nashville. 

The usage of the Library has grown tremendously. There are a total of 505 film- 
rips, films, and slide series' now in the Library. The librarian estimates that materials 
:om the Library are used on an average of 125 times per month by approximately 
ne-half of the churches in our conference. 

Mrs. W. R. Lawson, Jr., our film librarian, works tirelessly to serve the needs of the 
onference and we commend her for her dedicated and able leadership. She may be 
ontacted by phone or mail to order catalogues of films or specific titles. The Library 
ddress is: Walton Memorial Audio-Visual Library, r c Mrs. W. R. Lawson, Jr., 2328 
)erby Drive, Raleigh, N. C. (Phone TEmple 3-1804). 

The Talk Back television series was viewed by a large audience on WEAL-TV 
Channel 5) Raleigh, during the January-April period of this year. Dr. Landis Bennett 
f N. C. State College was a most competent leader as production manager. The Rev. 
larold Minor served as chairman of utilization and the Rev. O. L. Hathaway served 
s publicity chairman. Many groups viewed this series and participated in discussion 
roups. The program manager at the television station commended the Talk Back pro- 
rams highly. He stated their viewing audience compared favorably in quantity to that 
f the competing program, "Hopalong Cassidy." It was his opinion that the series would 
»e welcome for future scheduling. We hope the same series will be produced over 
:hannel 9, Greenville, next year. The second series of Talk Back is now in process of 
iroduction. 

The conference is responding with growing interest in emphasizing Television minis- 
ry Sunday. We recommend Sunday. January 10, 1960, as Television Ministry Sunday 
nd we urge each church to receive an offering for the growth of this ministry of our 
Church. We need to attain our goal of ten cents per member as our financial share. 

Recognizing the need of Audio-Visual Workshops, the commission proposes to have 
hree workshops next year. These will be as follows: November 2-3 in Raleigh for the 
iurlington, Durham and Raleigh Districts; November 9-10 in Greenville for the Rocky 
dount, Elizabeth City and New Bern Districts; and November 16-17 in Clinton for the 
]k>ldsboro, Fayetteville and Wilmington Districts. 

We encourage the practice of having an audio-visual oo-ordinator in each local 
;hurch to see that this method of teaching is effectively used in the total program of 
he Church. 

W. II. Kihby, Chairman 
Thomas A. Collins, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TEMPERANCE 

The Board of Temperance has been particularly concerned this year to implement 
he program of alcohol education on the local level. We have urged that committees 
>n temperance, or Christian Social Relations, be set up in every local charge. Unless 
;omething is done about our cause in the local parish, large areas of our work will be 
eft untouched. We wish to arouse our people to the peril and challenge of the alcohol 
.ituation. 



218 North Carolina Annual Conference 

In the field of alcohol education, some of die pastors have used the illustrated, turn- 
over charts, films, literature, including Facts of the Month leaflets. Some of the preachers 
have attended the Clinical Training School at Keeley. Here they have observed the 
treatment and counseling of alcoholics under professional care, and the operation of a 
well established program of rehabilitation. 

Concerned and competent youth and adult delegates have been given guidance and 
financial aid in attending schools on Alcohol, which are scheduled by our General Board 
of Temperance. Graduates of these schools are expected to share their concern andi 
information at youth rallies and conference sessions. 

The area of legislation has also claimed our attention. We have continued our sup- 
port of the Christian Action League (successor of the Allied Church League). Some re- 
straint and control have been exerted on the flow and consumption of liquor and malt 
beverages. We have been anxiously concerned with Congressional legislation to ban high! 
pressure propaganda to the extent of 400 or more millions of dollars annually spent 
in die use of every modern media to educate and urge people to drink alcoholic i 
beverages. 

Moreover, we are observing Commitment Day on the first Sunday in December. The 
occasion can be made effectively by careful planning and a preparatory program. Com- 
mitment Day opens a door for an evangelistic emphasis. Our General Board has offered 
a Commitment check-list, with the suggestion of ten things that each individual could 
do to advance the cause of an alcohol-free people. 

Counseling of alcoholics is also a part of our program. Pastors have a responsibility 
here, not to condemn the people who are in trouble with drink, but to help them. 
Study of the problem of the effects of alcohol on the body and human behavior, and 
the attendance of clinics for training of pastors in this field, will enable us to do more 
effective work in counseling. 

To promote our program for the coming year, we urge: 

1. That a Christian Social Committee be set up or activated in every charge. 

2. That an adequate educational program be advanced in every district, sub- 
district, in local church and community. 

3. That we focus the attention of the people on Commitment Day with greater i 
emphasis and cultivation of the temperance program. 

4. We also wish to commend the Good Shepherd Home, and the outstanding 
work done by Rev. Edgar Dunn at Waccamaw, N. C. 

5. We recommend that a thorough-going effort be made in an experimental 
community to resist the sales and create an alcohol free area, with a view of seeing the 
possibilities of concentrated aim. 

6. We wish to support the Bills that have been introduced in Congress to bam 
the sale of liquor on airplanes. We urge our pastors and laymen to write Senator Warren 
Magnuson, chairman of Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, andt 
House chairman, Representative Oren Harris, and also our own Senators and Congress- 
men. The bills are designated — in the Senate, S 1432 and in the House — H. R. 7135. 

7. Furthermore we propose to co-sponsor a Conference-wide session on Social i 
Concerns, in March 1960, in cooperation with Commission on Social and Economic Re- 
lations, Commission on World Peace, and the Board of Education. 

D. W. Charlton, President 
W. M. Wells, Jr., Secretary 



REPORT OF COMMISSION ON TOWN AND COUNTRY WORK 

Report No. 1 

PROGRESS REPORT OF FIELD WORK 

In so far as we know, die Field Work of the Coniimission on Town and Country [ 
Work of the North Carolina Conference is unique in Methodism. Through its efforts 
over the past three years three churches have been reopened; field studies averaging j 
eight weeks duration, have been made of ten churches; and community surveys have J 
been taken for six other churches. A brief summarization of this work is as follows: 



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219 



Reopened Churches 

1. The Speights Methodist Church on the Rocky Mount District, after being closed 
r four months, was reopened May 6, 1956. Twenty members still remained on the 
lurch rolls. By June 1958, two years later, the church had grown to a membership of 
)2 and had a Sunday School enrollment of seventy-six. A total of $2543.00 was raised 
uing last year alone. In addition the sanctuary has been refinished and a Sunday 
:hool annex, valued at $5,000.00 has been completed and is free of debt. The Rev- 
end Wade A. Mullikin served as pastor during this period of phenomenal recovery, 
e was succeeded by the Reverend A. C. Regan in June of 1958. 

2. The Piney Grove Methodist Church on the Raleigh District was reopened on 
arch 17, 1957 after being closed for nearly three years. One year later there were 
riy-one members and an enrollment of eighty-six in the Sunday School. The church 
nctuary has been completely renovated at a cost of $5,000.00 and a Church School 
inex, valued at $10,000.00 is expected to be occupied soon. 

3. The Mount Carmel Methodist Church on the Raleigh District was reopened on 
e 100th Anniversary of its founding, May 12, 1957. Today there are seventy mem- 
»rs and eighty-seven are enrolled in the Sunday School. Future plans call for a sub- 
antial increase in Sunday School facilities, including the addition of several badly 
;eded rooms. The Reverend C. B. Hicks has been the pastor of the Piney Grove-Mount 
armel Charge during this thrilling period of rebirth. 

Field Studies 

Charge District 

liobgood Circuit Rocky Mount 

Hobgood Circuit Rocky Mount 

Cedar Grove Durham 

CaVel Durham 

White Mem.-Wesley Raleigh 
Kinston Circuit New Bern 

Waccamaw Circuit Wilmington 
Whiteville Circuit Wilmington 
Nash Circuit Rocky Mount 

A successful study on church relocation was made for the 
Ihurch on the New Bern District in January of 1959. 



Church 

'illiams Chapel 

ilmyra 

ospect 

'oodsdale 

iesley 

;;thany 

preway 

footen's Chapel 

astalia 



Community Surveys 



Church 

ershaw 

fount Tirzah 

urdle Mills 

lingwood 

:iiloh 

inev Grove 



Charge 
Oriental 



District 

New Bern 
Durham 
Durham 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Goldsboro 







Date 




Sept. 


1 


to 


Nov. 1, 


'56 


Sept. 


1 


to 


Nov. 1, 


'56 


Oct. 


21 


to 


Dec. 22 


'57 


Oct. 


21 


to 


Dec. 22 


'57 


Mar. 


31 


to 


May 4 


'58 


May 


18 


to 


June 15 


'58 


Oct. 


5 


to 


Dec. 7, 


'58 


Oct. 


5 


to 


Dec. 7, 


'58 


Apri! 


5 


to 


May 1, 


'59 


Queen's 


Creek Methodist 








Date 










March 1958 








May 


1958 








May 


1958 








Sept. 


1958 








Sept. 


1958 








Sept. 


1958 



Mount Tirzah 

Mount Tirzah 

West Halifax 

Bethel 

Seven Springs 

, In addition to the preceding work in the field with local churches, conference-wide 
)urnal research and studies have been made to ascertain where our assistance could 
e used to greatest advantage. We have sought not only to learn the problems of the 
iral church, but more important, to discover its potential and how it can best be 
tilized. 

While, doubtless, some of our closed churches cannot be reopened and some of our 
reaker churches cannot be made stronger, it is our intent that every one of them be 
iven a distinct opportunity to prove themselves. This is often difficult in overloaded 
arishes. Therefore, in our work with the local church, we have served as the pastor's 
ssistant; attempting to make important contacts through survey and visitation that his 
mited time has not permitted. 

Sometimes we fail in our mission to strengthen the church, but more often God 
'lesses our effort to the extent that good has been visibly accomplished. Let it be 
nown, however, we have discovered no magic formula that can be substituted for hard 



220 North Carolina Annual Conference 

work and the simple faith the Good Lord is still with us. He, indeed, is die source o 
our refuge and strength. r oy l. Turnage, Jr., Director of ' 

Field Work 
Report No. 2 
A CITATION— DR. A. J. WALTON 

Dr. A. J. Walton has served his church in various capacities, as pastor, district super 
intendent, executive secretary of education, college dean and professor, and in rnaol 
other ways. This paper deals with his contribution to the development of a constructive 
rural program of work. 

Dr. Walton was the active reserve member of the General Conference in Birmingi 
ham, Alabama 1938 which voted overwhelmingly for the unification of Methodism. HI 
was a member of the two uniting conferences in Kansas City and Atlantic City; also ■> 
member of the General Conference in Springfield. He has been a member of all thl 
Jurisdictional Conferences. He was largely instrumental in formulating the legislation 
on Town and Country Work which appears in our Discipline; and he helped to enginee 
this legislation through the General Conference. 

While a member of the National Board of Missions and Church Extension, he wa 
superintendent of Town and Country Work. He conducted rural conferences in Columi 
bus, Elgin and Witchita Falls. He helped organize the first National Rural Conference 
which met in Lincoln, Nebraska. He attended all these conferences and has mad« 
substantial contributions to them. He is a member of the Council of the Rural Fellow* 
ship of the National Council of Churches in the United States, and has attended al 
these conferences since 1940. The Methodist Rural Fellowship section of the National 
Convocation of Churches of Christ in the United States on Town and Country work, urn 
der the auspices of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the United States 
held a meeting at Green Lake, Wisconsin in 1957. This Convocation conferred upoi 
Dr. Walton an honorary life membership in the Methodist National Fellowship oi< 
Town and Country Work. He is one of only nine persons to receive diis distinctivt 
honor. The citation by this national body is eloquent testimony to Dr. Walton's con> 
tribution to rural Methodism. Among other things, this citation stated, "Dr. Walton i 
being honored for his outstanding service toward the improvement of rural life ano 
the rural church in the United States." 

Dr. Walton has written text books mainly for teaching in town and countrj 
churches. He teaches in many of these Christian Workers Schools which help de 
velop more effective teachers and leaders for rural churches. 

Perhaps Dr. Walton's greatest contribution to rural life and program of work ha; 
been as professor of practical theology, chinch administration, and director of thtl 
Duke Endowment since 1948 at the Duke Divinity School. He appoints and supervise: 
ministerial students for summer work in rural areas. He has sent out 826 such student: 
for summer work with an expenditure of $496,800. Students aided otherwise than the! 
Endowment 333. Church buildings aided 483 with a cost of $566,964; salaries for 33* 
student pastors, $356,000. 

Dr. Walton investigates rural situations where new churches need to be erected, 01 
improved or re-located, and makes recommendations to the Duke Endowment foi 
financial help. Through his teaching and counseling, Dr. Walton has helped train some 
of the best rural workers in our chureh. 

The Commission on Town and Country Work of the North Carolina Conference 
wishes to express its grateful appreciation to Dr. Walton for his wise leadership ano 
effective contribution to the rural life and fellowship of this conference. 

B. B. SLAUGHTER 

Report No. 3 

MISCELLANEOUS 

1. In accord with Discipline, 1956, par. 131.4, the Commission on Town anc 
Country Work nominates Ralph I. Epps for the office of Conference Secretary of Torn 



Journal of Proceedings 221 

1 Countrv Work, and hereby expresses appreciation for his efficient and effective 
rk. 

2. Appreciation is hereby expressed for the competent and creative services during 
: conference year now closing, of Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Director of Field Woriv, 
•mmission on Town and Country Work. The Commission has elected Mr. Turnage as 
^g-term Director of Field Work, with the nature of the work henceforth becoming 
jtdually that of general secretary. 

3. Appreciation is hereby expressed for the competent and constructive services dur- 
» the conference year now closing, of Martin R. Chambers, Research Secretary, 
■mmission on Town and Country Work. Mr. Chambers has been provided recently 
th suitable office equipment for research work. 

4. Constant progress is being made in improving the Journal as a research source, 
[d for this, appreciation is hereby expressed to the Secretary, and the Statistician, of 
8 Annual Conference. 

' It is evident that there is need generally for improvement as to accuracy of pastors' 
)orts, which are incorporated in the statistical tables of the Journal. The Secretary, 
d the Statistician, of the Annual Conference are requested to give consideration to 
iys and means of making this further improvement of the Journal as a reliable and 
quate research source. Key W. Taylor, Chairman 

Raleigh Carver 

Report No. 4 
RESOLUTIONS 



Annua! Conference Archives 

! Whereas the several agencies and agents of the Annual Conference have records 
liich are valuable and should be preserved permanently. Discipline, 1956 (pars. 656, 
13, and 1591.1b), recognizes the importance of the Annual Conference having an 
chives. 

Provision should be made for an archives in the projected office building of the An- 
ial Conference, including the necessary equipment and secretarial labor to maintain 
ficiently a filing system. 

All agencies and agents of the Annual Conference should deposit in the archives ree- 
ds not in current use. 

The Secretary of the Annual Conference should be the official custodian of the 
ohives, and would have authority to decide which records have value for permanent 
leping. 

Therefore re it resolved, that the Annual Conference approves the above pro- 
)sal, and that the Long-Range Planning Committee is requested to execute same. 

II 

Methodist Information 

Whereas ( 1 ) The Annual Conference of 1956 adopted a report containing a request 
ated as follows: "The Annual Conference is requested to give consideration to ways 
id means of establishing a much needed information, publicity, and press relations 
irvice." ( Journal, 1956, p. 176, par. 8 ) . 

(2) Discipline, 19.56, par. 1590, provides that the Annual Conference may establish 
Commission on Public Relations and Methodist Information, for which there is evident 
ied. The functions of the Annual Conference Commission would be similar to those of 
le general Commission on Public Relations and Methodist Information as described in 
iscipline, 1956, pars. 1586, 1587, and 1589. 

(3) Also, there is need for an inexpensive printed news medium which would go 
equently into the home of each church member and minister in the Annual Conference, 
he Committee is requested to include in its study an investigation of possibilities of 
ilizing the North Carolina Christian Advocate as a medium for transmitting Metho- 



222 North Carolina Annual Conference 

dist Information and, if considered advisable, to seek ways of increasing circulation o 
the Advocate in order to reach the maximum number of Methodist families, and t< 
formulate some plan whereby the permanent commission on Public Relations anr 
Methodist Information may have a working arrangement with the North Carolin; 
Christian Advocate to the end that both may profit through cooperation. 

Therefore be it resolved, that the Annual Conference approves the above pro 
posals, and that the Long-Range Planning Committee is requested to study ways anc 
means to accomplish these and present to next regular session of the Annual Confereno 
specific propositions to execute same. 

Ill 

Insurance 

Whereas ( 1 ) It is important that all churches and parsonages be insured adequate!)! 

( 2 ) Church members and pastors usually do not know amount and type of insurance 
carried on their churches. 

( 3 ) The Duke Endowment, and Board of Missions, require that all churches re- 
ceiving financial grants keep buildings insured adequately. 

(4) The Journal is the principal published record of Annual Conference statistics! 

( 5 ) The statistical tables of the Journal formerly included information on insurano 
carried by local churches. 

Therefore be it resolved, that the Secretary, and the Statistician, of the Annuai 
Conference are requested to provide for insurance information on church or churches and 
parsonage, in the pastor's report to Annual Conference, and for inclusion of same in tbli 
statistical tables of the Journal. Amounts for fire and lightning only, or fire and light 
ning and extended coverage, would be so recorded. 

Key W. Taylor, Chairman 
Ralph I. Epps, Secretary 



REPORT OF CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

I 

The Conference Board of Trustees met in the office of Dr. Charles E. Jordan, Duk< 
University, on Thursday morning, April 30, 1959, at 11:00 with the following member' 
present: Dr. Charles E. Jordan, Rev. L. C. Larkin, Rev. J. K. Bostick, Rev. W. A. Tev 
and Rev. J. F. Coble. 

Dr. Charles E. Jordan, chairman of the Board, presided over the meeting whicw 
was opened with prayer by the Rev. W. A. Tew. The minutes of the previous meetinji 
were read and approved. 

Dr. Charles E. Jordan explained to the group the operation of The Methodist Fund! 
Inc., as related to the Conference Board of Trustees. He explained the advantages o 
having the funds held by the Conference Board of Trustees invested with Methodisi 
Fund, Inc. He explained both the appreciation that had come to the funds since it ha< 
been invested widi Methodist Fund, Inc., and the earnings for the year. 

Motion was made by the Rev. L. 'C. Larkin and seconded by the Rev. J. K. Bos 
tick "that $3,500.00 of the earnings for the current year be transferred to the Board o [ j 
Pensions of the Conference." There was a unanimous affirmative vote. 

Motion was made by the Rev. W. A. Tew and seconded by tire Rev. L. C. Larkii. 
"that the balance of the earnings for the current year be invested with Methodist 
Fund, Inc." There was a unanimous affirmative vote. 

Motion was made by the Rev. J. K. Bostick and seconded by the Rev. W. A. Tev] 
"that the present officers be re-elected to succeed themselves for the ensuing year: Dr I 
C. E. Jordan, chairman; Rev. L. C. Larkin, vice-chairman; and Rev. J. F. Coble, sec (J 
retary-treasurer." There was a unanimous affirmative vote. 



Journal of Proceedings 223 

Section six of the report of the Commission on Town and Country as recorded in the 
)58 Journal concerning "Ownership and Control of Annual Conference Property" 
as discussed by die group. There was unanimous agreement that the Board of Trus- 
es should continue to seek in every way to find means of carrying out the intent of 
is resolution. 
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 

Charles E. Jordan, Chairman 
Joseph F. Coble, Secretary 

II 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

May 20, 1959 

ash Balance last report $ 00.00 

eceived (Dividend Methodist Fund) 9,041.85 

isbursed to Conference Board of Pensions $ 3,500.00 

einvested 5070 Capital Units in Methodist 

Fund, Inc 5,503.00 9,003.00 



Cash Balance $ 38.85 
und balance last report 

Investment in Methodist Fund. Inc. (200,930 capital units) $204,636.00 

New investment in Methodist Fund. Inc. (5,070 capital units) 5,503.00 



Present investment capital units (206,000 capital units) . $210,139 Book Value 

Appraised Value of holdings $262,835.00 

Appreciation as of 4-13-59 $ 52,696.00 

Dividend to be pavable 7-23-59 $ 10,300.00 



J. F. Coble, Treasurer 



III 
DEED 



There was as of June 22, 1959, recorded witli the Register of Deeds in Wake 
ounty, North Carolina, in the name of the North Carolina Conference Board of 
rustees, Inc., a deed in Fee Simple to six acres of land situated in Raleigh, North 
arolina, at the intersection of Glenwood Avenue and Wade Avenue, which is a part 
F the home property of The Methodist Children's Home, Inc., as a gift to the North 
arolina Conference of the Methodist Church, Southeastern Jurisdiction, from the 
fethodist Children's Home, Inc. 

The estimated value of this property is $150,000. 
In the adoption of this report the Conference is expressing its appreciation to the 
lethodist Children's Home, Inc. 

Charles E. Jordan, Chairman 
Joseph F. Coble, Secretary 



REPORT OF CONFERENCE BOARD OF COLLEGE VISITORS 

The Annual visit of our Board was made in April of this year and, we believe, 
roved again to be most fruitful. We were gratified by the expressions of appreciation 
>r the service rendered by die Conference. These expressions came from faculty, stu- 
ents and administrative persons alike. Many specifically requested that the Conference 
ontinue this service in the future. 

On the campuses of Louisburg, High Point and Greensboro Colleges, we met widi 
lembers of the Administration, with faculty members and with student representatives 
f all campus organizations. 



224 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Our first concern was with the spiritual atmosphere and life of the campus. This 
we found to be strong and healthy in every case. In the cases of Louisburg and High; 
Point Colleges, in particular, we found a serious lack of space in which to carry on 
die program of religious activities for Methodist student groups. They are aware of 
what has been done on other campuses and are asking for our support at this vital point.: 
We found our colleges in the western section of the State tremendously concerned I 
because of the reduced income from our Conference for operating expenses and thej 
failure of the Western Conference to give added support at this point. We, therefore; 
call upon all our people to continue to rally to the support of all our colleges that wej 
may keep pace with the needs in the field of Christian Higher Education 

L. C. Vereen, Chairman 
Paul Carruth, Vice-Chairman 
A. L. Thompson, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN VOCATIONS 

"A Minister From Every Local Church" 

One of die most important problems before us in our Nordi Carolina Conference 
is the recruitment of young men and women for the Christian ministry or other forms} 
of Christian service. 

Realizing diat a fruitful church is one that has sent some young person into a 
Church vocation and a barren church is one that has not, your Commission calls upon* 
this conference to face its responsibility for recruitment. We join in the hope that one 
person from each local church will volunteer for the ministry or some other field of 
Christian service this year. 

This year a Conference on Church Vocations for our high school juniors and seniors 
was held in the First Methodist Church, Rocky Mount, on March 6-8. About 100 ol 
our young people and adults attended. 

Our plans for the new conference year include the tri-district Bishop's Convo- 
cations on the Ministry to be held as follows: 

September 19, at Duke Memorial for the Burlington, Durham, and Raleigfr 
Districts. 

November 7, at Jarvis Memorial for the New Bern, Elizabeth City and Rock) 
Mount Districts. 

November 14, at Clinton for the Wilmington, Fayetteville, and Goldsborc 
Districts. 

These are to be one day (Saturday) meetings for young men (Juniors and Seniors 
in high school and college students) who may be now thinking of the ministry or those 
we may be able to interest. These are to be sponsored jointly by this Commission aricj 
by our Conference Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications. 

As each local church is under mandate to discover new and more effective ways 
of presenting the claims of the church related vocations to our ablest young people, 
we suggest die following: 

1. That every pastor plan for at least one sermon each year dealing with it 

2. That every local church organize or activate its Committee on Christian 
Vocations and distribute Vocational literature to both youth and adults. The booklet 
"Methodist Service Projects" is the basic manual of vocational information. 

3. That during our special evangelistic services we have a Youth Night M'her 
an invitation be given for those who would enter Church vocations. 

4. That every church keep a simple file of all young people interested in 0) 
committed to a Church vocation; and keep in touch with them while diey are away 
at school. I 

We want to express our appreciation to our District Superintendents who have madt 
an honest effort to organize and activate die local commission on Christian Vocation; 
and have called for reports at tiieir quarterly conferences. Especially do we want tc 
thank Dr. Allen P. Brantley for his work in helping to arrange the Bishop's Con- 
vocations. 



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We would also thank our District Directors who have carried a large work load 
his year in our work. They are: N. L. Jones, John M. Cline, J. A. Auman, R. L. Bame, 
S. Harry Jordan, R. Grady Dawson, Brooks Patten, R. W. Bradshaw, and C. F. Grill. 

Herman Winberry, Chairman 
R. L. Bame, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE 
AND WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD 

The theme for the Annual Meeting which was held at Steele Street Church, San- 
;ord, April 7-9, was "The Master Calleth for Thee." This was suggested by one of the 
;even goals for the quadrennium, "To Confront the Local Church with the Challenge 
if Recruitment for Missionary and Deaconess Service." The theme carried, however, 
jven broader implications than those expressly stated in the goal, for it was intended to 
aring about a more serious dedication on the part of the members of the Woman's 
societies and Guilds to lives of richer and fuller service. It also was definitely in line 
,vith the emphasis being placed this year by the local church on Enlistment. R is well 
:o refresh our minds with the opening sentence of the Purpose of the Woman's So- 
ciety of Christian Service which is: "To enlist all the women of the church in Christian 
aving and service," and this is the achievement we shall ever strive to attain. R is 
worthy of note, I think, to call attention to. die fact that every district and subdistrict 
ised the same dieme, hoping thus by concentrated effort to make a real impact on the 
ninds and hearts of the women. 

The Annual Meeting of die Wesleyan Service Guild held in Wilson, April 11-12, 
lad as its theme, "Myself I Give Thee," thus complementing that of the Woman's 
Society. Sincere appreciation has been expressed for the well planned programs at 
30th of diese meetings, and for the outstanding speakers present. 

It is possible in this report to state with justifiable pride and genuine gratitude 
:hat the Mediodist Student Center was formally opened in October of last year. R is 
indeed a credit to our church as it stands in a strategic position to minister to the 
spiritual and social welfare of the students at East Carolina College. Much construc- 
ave work is being done under the guidance of Miss Mamiej Chandler, Deaconess, in 
k vhose honor the chapel has been named. 

Miss Ethelynde Ballance has served the past year on the Roberdell Charge and 
Miss Jean Griffith in the Glendon Area in the Burlington district. Both have done most 
creditable work. There are other areas in our conference where assistance from workers 
under the Woman's Division could prove of inestimable value. Plans are under con- 
sideration at the present time for the opening up ol some new work, although nothing 
definite can be reported now. 

Our conference is supporting two North Carolina girls in the foreign field: Miss 
Barbara Ann Smith in Cuba and Miss Marjorie Yarborough in Korea. 

The Annual School of Missions and Christian Service held at Duke University con- 
tinues to maintain its high standard of excellence, and its noteworthy record of at- 
tendance. The addition this year of a weekend of study for the Guild is the fulfillment 
of a long cherished dream. The Spiritual Life Retreat, which has been planned to 
minister to both groups, is expected to reach a large number of women, and to result 
in a deepening enriching experience. 

There are 742 Woman's Societies in the conference and 62 Guilds with a combined 
membership of 35,455. 

The treasurer reports total money received for all causes for the year 1958-59 
$213,534.00, an increase over the previous year of $8,286.61. The amount spent for local 
work amounts to $149,523.18, making a total of $363,057.18. This is tangible evidence 
of the love and loyalty which our women have for their church and for the cause of 
missions, and we wish to express profound gratitude to them. 

This report would be incomplete without a word of appreciation to Bishop Garber, 
the District Superintendents, and the ministers in the conference, for their support 



226 North Carolina Annual Conference 

and encouragement. It is the working together that makes the whole program of thel 
church strong. It is in the strengthening of every phase of activity that worthwhile! 
goals will be achieved. 

Mrs. Pierce Johnson, President 
Mrs. H. W. Doub, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE 
AND FINANCE 

Report No. 1 

Your Commission notes with great satisfaction that our two new colleges are 
assured as the result of our College Capital Fund Campaign during the current con- 
ference year. This accomplishment represents a "giant step" forward in the cause of' 
Christian Higher Education by our people as well as in our total conference program. 

Since we are coming to the end of the Quadrennium, your Commission thinks 
it best to make no increase in total Benevolence Askings but to reserve such consider- 
ation for the next quadrennium beginning 1960-1961. 

However, the conference is under a commitment to increase the College Sustaining 
Fund in the amount of $40,000 annually and to this end we propose: 

1. That each District Superintendent use all reasonable effort to obtain 100% 
payment of #7 Benevolence Acceptances for this year 1958-59. 

2. Encourage increase in acceptances for 1959-60 in charges where conditions 
indicate a willingness to accept such increases. 

3. Strive for 100% payment of acceptances for the 1959-60 fiscal year. 

Good results under this program can make possible the payment to the College 
Sustaining Fund of the scheduled annual increase of $40,000 which is not budgeted 
for 1959-60. 

The Askings by Districts for BENEVOLENCES, Fund #7, for 1959-60 are: 

Burlington $112,430.00 New Bern $117,572.00 

Durham 136,303.00 Raleigh 159,164.00 

Elizabeth City 94,298.00 Rocky Mount 126,635.00 

Fayetteville 129,985.00 Wilmington 96,605.00 

Goldsboro 103,577.00 

Total $1,076,569.00 

The District Superintendents will make the allocations to the charges. 

The total funds received from the acceptances for the combined BENEVOLENCES 
shall be distributed thus: Each cause shall be paid proportionately out of the income 
from acceptances up to the amount fixed in the budget. Any surplus shall be held by the 
Conference Treasurer to be expended by the Annual Conference upon recommendation 
of the Commission. Provided, however, in the event collections under Item #7, Be- 
nevolences, should fall short to an extent which cannot be bridged by the Contingency 
Fund, the Commission requests authority within its discretion to pay in full certain 
items in the budget (World Service, General Administration, Interdenominational Co- 
operation, Jurisdictional Conference Budget). The remaining sum available will be paid 
proportionately to the remaining budget items. 

Connectional Expense Apportionments and Askings 

for Benevolences for the Conference 

Year 1959-60 

APPORTIONMENTS 

Connectional Expense Fund # 

1. Episcopal Fund — 2% Pastor's Salary $ 32,383.00 

2. Dist. Supts. Fund— 5%% Pastor's Salary 89,055.00 

3. Conf. Pensions Fund — 16% Pastor's Salary 259,070.00 

4. Minister's Ret. and Emergency Fund — 

2% Pastor's Salary 32,383.00 



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5. Minimum Salary Fund — 

3%% Total money base P. 180—1956 Journal 130,194.00 

Estimated $543,085.00 

ASKINGS 

7. Benevolences: 

A. WORLD SERVICE $143,342.00 

B. General Administration 8,070.00 

C. Interdenominational Cooperation 6,389.00 

D. Jurisdictional Conference Budget 9,906.00 

E. Conf. Program and Administration 124,180.00 

F. Annual Conference Benevolences 742,078.00 

G. Contingency Fund 10,000.00 

FUND #7 TOTAL $1,043,965.00 

Combined TOTAL BUDGET $1,587,050.00 

Remittances for these funds should go to Marvin J. Cowell, Treas., P. O. Box 10344, 
taleigh, N. C. 

Distribution of 7E 

Conference Program and Administration 

SOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 

Education: Local Ch. Div. $ 39,625.00 

Evangelism 16,000.00 

Hospitals and Homes 200.00 

Lay Activities 4,000.00 

Ministerial Training 500.00 

Board of Social & Economic Rel. 500.00 

Temperance 4,300.00 

Christian Vocations 950.00 

Promotion & Cultivation 2,000.00 

Television, Radio & Film 1,250.00 

Town and Country 15,000.00 

Worship . . 300.00 

Conf. Long Range Planning 200.00 

Co-ordinating Council 500.00 

N. C. Conf. Historical Society 200.00 

N. C. Pastor's School 400.00 

Duke Supply Pastors' School (Scholarships) 1,500.00 

Annual Conf. Entertainment (incl. Conf. Speaker) 6,500.00 

Conf. Minutes and Printing 7,000.00 

Sec. Help, Off. exp. Conf. Sec. 900.00 

Salary for Conf. Secretary 600.00 

Statistician 400.00 

Conf. Treas. Office Budget 20,855.00 

Conf. Printing 500.00 



$124,180.00 



Distribution of 7F: 

Annual Conference Benevolences 

Meth. Home for Children $169,678.00 

Church Extension 130,200.00 

College Sustaining Fund 290,000.00 

Conference Youth Camps (Admin, by Conf. Bd. Edu.) 26,300.00 

Golden Cross Fund 26,300.00 

Meth. Retirement Homes 60,000.00 

Wesley Fdn. Cnmm. (Prog.) 20,000.00 



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Wesley Fdn. Comm. (Bldgs.) 17,800.00 

N. C. Council of Churches 1,800.00 

$742,078.00 
At the close of the year the total amount .realized from Fund Number 4 is to be 
divided by the Conference Treasurer as follows: Vz to Ministers Retirement Fund and 
y 2 to SUSTENTATION FUND (Discipline 1956, Paragraph 828) for emergency aid 
to ministers of die Conference who may be in special need. We direct attention to 
the increase in this apportionment from V/i% to 2%. 

Below is a distribution of allocations to be made to General, Jurisdictional and: 
Conference Agencies from acceptances and collections during the fiscal year 1959-60.1 
The percentages shown may be used to ascertain the amount of the charge Acceptance 
in dollars for the several items making up Benevolences Fund Number 7: 

7. F. Methodist Home for Children 16.255 

F. Church Extension 12.473 

F. College Sustaining Fund 27.782 

F. Conference Youth Camps 2.519 

F. Golden Cross Fund 2.519 

F. Methodist Retirement Homes 5.748 

World Service and Other Conference Benevolences: 

A. General World Service only 13.732 ' 

B. General Administration 773 

C. Interdenominational Cooperation 612 

D. Jurisdictional Conference Budget 949 

F. Wesley Foundation Program 1.916 

Wesley Foundation (Buildings) 1.705 

F. N. C. Council of Churches .172 

E. Conference Program and Adminis. 11.886 

G. Contingency Fund 959 32.704 



100. % 



LIMITING AND SUPPLEMENTING PROVISIONS RELATING 
TO THE BUDGET 

1. Apportionments against pastor's salary are defined to include the salary of tht 
pastor and associate pastor under Episcopal appointment. 

2. (a) The annual salary of each of the 9 District Superintendents shall be set at i 
$8,400.00 including travel and utilities (water $60, heating $300, electricity $180, 
residential telephone $60). 

(b) "We approve the use of an amount up to $3,000 to be provided by each 
District for the ^District Superintendent for secretarial help and promotion of the 
District program." 

3. The Commission recommends that each person who has authority to draw I 
checks against an account of a Conference Agency be required to present annually 
to the full membership of his Agency a complete list of all checks drawn, justifying 
all checks with the budget approved by his Agency. 

4. The Commission recommends that each agency whose accounts are not audited 
in the Treasurer's Office be required to have an annual audit made and furnish this 
Commission with a copy of if. 

5. The Commission would like to call the attention of the Conference to the in- 
creased amount of travel expense and request that the various agencies be diligent in 
holding it to the minimum necessary to properly perform their service. 

6. "A. Under die Church Extension Fund the first $25,000.00 is earmarked to be 
paid to Board of Missions, Inc., for the revolving fund in order to provide security for 
money to be borrowed by Board of Missions, Inc., in the total amount of $250,000.00 
(To be used for loans to build churches). 

"B. We recommend that the amount under Section A be considered a fixed 



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ligation annually through conference year 1963-64 or until the borrowed money is 
lly repaid." . , , 

7. The distribution of the College Sustaining Fund shall be in accordance with the 
rection of the Board of Education. 

8. We request approval of this commission setting up a Committee to study the 
jeds of the various agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees before the next 
■e-conference hearing of the Commission. 

9. Wesley Foundation Building Fund. From this fund the sum of $5,800.00 is ear- 
arked for Methodist Student Center at Greenville in continuance of current com- 
itments. . , 

10. The District Superintendents will establish suitable apportionments tor new 
lurches, and adjust apportionments where other charge changes occur; provided 
so where circuits are divided any church involved in the division that must receive 
inimum salarv, may upon the consent of the District Superintendent, pay their former 
roportionate share of the items based on pastoral support and total money raised, 
[us an additional 20% of this amount of first year of division. This shall be increased by 
: least 20% of the original base annually until they achieve the then current base 
[ established charges in a period not to exceed four years. 

Tlie Commission recommends approval of the following SPECIALS to be arranged 
y Special Offerings or included in the budget. IF BUDGETED, the amount should 
e liberal. Bemit to Conference Treasurer. 

Advance Special (General) World Missions and National Missions. 

Advance Special Conference. 

Church School Bally Day for Leadership Training. 

The Television Ministry of The Methodist Church. 

Fellowship of Suffering & Service (World Wide Communion). 

Pace Belations Sunday (Paine College). 

Week of Dedication. 

Methodist Retirement Homes Special (Mother's Day). 

Methodist Student Day. 
We recommend approval of the requests of the following agencies for the privilege 
f soliciting funds throughout the Conference. 

1. The Capital Funds Campaign for our colleges. 

2. Wesley Foundation Commission for special gifts for the benefit of special works 
n State supported institutions. 

3. The Board of Missions for the promotion of Church Extension Ten Dollar Club. 

4. That the Board of Education be permitted to accept funds donated by children s 
[roups, young adult groups, individuals, etc., to begin additional Camps for our Con- 

69C6HCC. 

5. Methodist Retirement Home, Incorporated for privilege of private solicitation 
ind receipt of such donations as may be directed thereto. 

6. We commend the program of the Board of Lay Activities to promote Steward- 
hip and Tithing throughout the Conference in 1960 embodying: 

(a) District Schools to train leaders. 

(b) Charge leaders in turn to conduct schools to train members for Every Mem- 
ber Canvass. 

(c) Also, we approve for the Board of Lay Activities a continuing campaignto 
-aise a student' loan or scholarship fund for people going into full time ministry. The 
: unds to be used at Louisburg College, Methodist College and North Carolina Wesleyan 

7. We recommend approval of a Christmas Special Offering for Kitty Hawk Metho- 
dist Church for one year only. Such offering is to be reported as Conference Advance 
Special Item #10 and remitted to the Conference Treasurer. 

Most of our people recognize that the business of the annual conference constitutes 
an operation of considerable magnitude and because of this, there is need for more 
flexibility in obtaining approval of funds to cover new items of expense and the growth 
factor in established items. , 

Therefore we suggest that the Commission on World Service and Finance be 



230 North Carolina Annual Conference 

clothed with authority to act in the interim in this field, to meet urgent needs re- 
quiring attention between annual conference sessions with a combined limit of $10,000 
in any conference year. 

The purpose of this action is to provide interim authority for administrative expenses 
that may arise as emergencies outside of the regular boards and agencies of the confer- ] 
ence and to supplement such need as may arise widiin the several boards, commissions, J 
committees and agencies of the conference. Such authority shall be restricted to meet- j 
ing needs of the immediate conference year and within the limits of funds available 
and not appropriated to meet any conference obligation. We ask Conference ap-i; 
proval of this. 

We recommend that the Conference fiscal year be designated to begin July 1st audi 
to close June 30th. 

We recommend to charge or church treasurers that they set up a schedule for: 
remitting at a fixed time each month and to close the year as early as possible. Final t 
remittance should be mailed on Monday two weeks preceding the opening of Con- 
ference. 

The Pastors bear responsibility to check with Treasurers for full remittance of all I 
budgeted items and all funds collected as specials and to harmonize their reports to i 
Annual Conference with Conference Treasurer's acknowledgments both received and: 
pending. 

We report die issuance of a Fidelity Bond in Employers Mutual Casualty Company 
of Des Moines, Iowa to cover the Conference Treasurer in the amount of $100,000.00 
and to cover the Stenographer-Clerk in the amount of $25,000.00; others to a mini- 
mum amount of $10,000.00 in said office. Also to cover others handling funds in Metho- 
dist Retirement Homes, Inc., Board of Education, Methodist Youth Fund, Camp Di- 
rector, Methodist Youth Assemblies, Treasurer Camp Don-Lee, Treasurer Methodist 
Youth Center, Greenville. 

We recommend the continuation of A. M. Pullen and Company as auditors. 

Commission on World Service 

and Finance 
Garland S. Garriss, President 
J. V. Early, Secretary 

Other Members of the Commission: 

Clerical: C. S. Hubbard, O. K. Ingram, W. J. Neese, A. L. Thompson. 
Lay: N. B. Dozier, Jr., M. Carr Gibson, Bill Price, T. W. Heath, Jr. 
(Vacancy due to the resignation of J. P. Rogers). 

Report No. 2 

The Trustees of The Methodist Home for Children request that they be permitted to 
promote the Annual Thanksgiving Offering as a special for the Methodist Home for 
Children — not to be applied on apportionment. Your Commission recommends approval 
and diat the offering be remitted to the Conference Treasurer as are other specials. 

In order to expedite the erection of a building or buildings on the new Conference 
headquarters site we propose: 

1. The Conference Treasurer be made manager of the building and premises with 
all leases to be signed by the President and Secretary of the Conference Trustees. 

2. Tire Board of Trustees of the North Carolina Conference of The Methodist 
Church, Incorporated be authorized and instructed to sign the necessary note(s) and 
deed(s) of trust to produce the funds for planning and construction to completion. 

3. The Chairman of the Special Committee appointed by authority of the Annual 
Conference to secure property, etc., the Conference Treasurer and the President of the 
Methodist Foundation, Inc. be designated as Conference Headquarters building com- 
mittee and as such be authorized, empowered and directed to proceed with the planning 
and construction of the Headquarters building(s), and to that end hire architects, receive 
bids and let contracts. 



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Supplementary Appropriations Recommended: 

(from die contingency item of Fund No. 7 Benevolences and other funds) 

1. Board of Education (for Children's Worker) $ ^^'SS 

2. Co-ordinating Council JX'nn 

3. Board of Social and Economic Relations sison 

4. Conference Entertainment (1958) ?q4~* 

5. Conference Secretary tape recorders ^94 .75 

6. Conference Secretary Dictating equipment bdS'Iw 

7. 1958 Journal (cost above appropriation) oi qo 

8. Conference printing expense 



Finance Workshops — expense mn an 

Commisssion on World Service 6c Finance midyear meet. ™ 

11. Comm. on Promotion & Cultivation (Flip Charts) HSl'S 

12. Jurisdictional meeting Secretary, Treasurer, Statistician nnn 

13. Treasurer's Office budget (Additional worker 1959-69 2, 800. 00 

( Operational deficit current yr 400.00 

(Fidelity Bond 3-year prem. due Nov. 1959) 600.00 

$ 9,482.82 

Also: 14. Conference Entertainment 1959 in the amount needed 

Any remainder of funds received under No. 7 Benevolences shall be held in reserve 
: or College Sustaining Fund. 

We recommend the transfer from the Conference Reserve of Interest Earnings on 
Central Funds to Methodist Foundation, Gifts and Wills Department the sum of 
S25.000.00 as operating budget for the year 1959-60. 

Garland S. Garriss, President 
J. V. Early, Secretary 

Report of Methodist 1 unci. Incorporated 

now known as 

METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

In order to comply with requirements of IT. S. Department of Revenue and to 
obtain their approval of our organization for exemption from Federal Income Taxes, 
we have completed and filed an amendment to charter as follows: 

"The undersigned non-profit corporation, for the purpose of amending its Articles 
\yi Incorporation,\md in accordance with the provisions of Section 55A-36 of the North 
Carolina Non-profit Corporation Act, hereby sets forth: 

1. 

"Name of the corporation: Methodist Fund, Incorporated. 

2. 

"At a regularly convened meeting of the members of Methodist Fund, Incorporated 
held on the 22nd day of April, A. D. 1959, the following amendment to the Articles 
of Incorporation was adopted: 

(1) To change the name of the corporation from Methodist Fund, Incorporated 
to METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

(2) To strike out Article III of the Certificate of Incorporation and to substitute 
tin lieu thereof the following: 

"The purposes of this corporation are to function and operate as a non-stock, 
non-profit, religious institution, particularly in the following manner: 

(a) As an institution of the North Carolina Annual Conference of the Meth- 
odist Church (Southeastern Jurisdiction) and as a part of the activities of that Confer- 
ence lo supervise, protect and administer the investment of the permanent funds of that 
Conference and any other funds entrusted to it by that Conference for investment; and 

(b) As a part of the activities of said Conference and the institutions thereof 



232 North Carolina Annual Conference 

in solicitation of gifts, donations, contributions, bequests and devises for the exclusive 
benefit of the Conference and the institutions thereof. 

Within the limitations imposed by the foregoing purposes, this corporation shall 
have power 

(a) To buy and sell, to take hold and receive by deed, will, bequest, devise, ] 
gift or otherwise, to mortgage, pledge, convey, assign, transfer and otherwise dispose of 
real and personal property, including notes, bonds, debentures, stocks, and other ■! 
properties, tangible and intangible; and 

(b) To hire agents, servants and employees to carry on the purposes here- -i 
inbefore set forth. 

3. 

"The Methodist Fund, Incorporated has members with voting rights. A quorum I 
was present at the meeting held on die above date; and the said amendment received ]{ 
at least two-thirds of the votes entitled to be cast by members present or represented L 
by proxy at such meeting. 

"IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF the corporation has caused this document to be • 
executed in its name by its President and Secretary this 22nd day of April A.D. 1959." I 

We request Conference approval of the amendment by adoption of this report. 

DEPARTMENT OF GIFTS AND WILLS 

This new department was launched in 1958 with Annual Conference approval and I' 
budget support. The Reverend Charles S. Hubbard is Chairman of the Gifts and Wills ;j 
Committee. 

F. Olen Hunt, D.D. reported on March 1, 1959, as full time Director of die De- 
partment. He spent many years in fund raising for the Division of National Missions and l| 
headed tiiat department for some years just before coming to us. It is our belief that t 
no better qualified person could have been obtained to lead us in this work which has 
tremendous potentialities for channelling into selected church benevolences the gifts 
and legacies of our people who desire to contribute to the work of the Lord either 
present or future gifts. 

Methodist Foundation, Inc. (which is now our legal name) will be beneficiary of I 
several wills already in process. Gifts in the amount of $15,487.97 have been received. 
These voluntary actions give us evidence of considerable interest on the part of our I 
people in this new agency of our conference. 

By the use of the slogan "Put God's Will in Your Will" we shall endeavor to re- 
mind our people to do something tangible in their estate planning. 

Our brochure has been promised to us in limited quantity for presentation at 
Annual Conference. We believe you will join us in feeling pride in this presentation of I 
die Christian work supported by die joint effort of our more than 800 churches, and to 
be supplemented by the work of this new department. 

Request is made for the approval of an optional church committee to be known as \ 
The Methodist Foundation Committee. This committee shall consist of the Pastor, Chair- 
man of the Official Board, Layman, President of die Woman's Society, a local attorney j 
and a bank representative; also other members the local church desires to add. This com- i 
mittee in each church is to be related to a District Committee of The Methodist j 
Foundation consisting of the District Superintendent, District Lay Leader, President j 
of the Woman's Society and a Pastor. 

The major responsibilities of the Methodist Foundation Committee in the local ! 
church will be the distribution of materials, giving out of information, and collecting j 
of names for prospective donors, legators, etc. 

Our program is necessarily slow in growth which gives us opportunity to engage ' 
in extra curricular work as time permits. In tiiis field the Director has delivered 38 
sermons and addresses during less than fOur months in die interest of local church 
budgets and building fund crusades and has also met with a number of church finance 
committees. 

Our request for budgetary support of this department is presented to the Commission 
on World Service and Finance and is requested to be made from earnings on invested' j 
funds — NOT as an item of the Benevolence Fund. 



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INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT 

Recent months in this conference year have witnessed recovery and expansion of 
te economy of our nation and this has been quite vividly reflected in the securities 
;ld by us. 

An appraisal report made for our Quarterly meeting held on April 22 showed 

tal values $1,171,142.00 

;ainst subscription price of 938,550.00 

Total appreciation and undistributed earnings $ 232,592.00 

4-13-59 Appraised value per Capital Unit $ 1.2759 

7-1-58 Appraised value per Capital Unit $ 1.08535 

These results have been obtained primarily due to the favorable economic climate 
at that would not have produced the results without the faithful support of the 
lembers of the Foundation and the expert guidance of Moody's Investors Service, 
o them all we express our appreciation. 

We believe the sound financial condition of the Foundation will encourage the 
taking of gifts and wills directed to be used for endowment, and for that reason 
oundation investments must be in keeping with good investment banking as for Trust 
unds. 

As will be noted, our investments are yielding at 4.69% on basis of cost or 3.97% 
n appraisal. 

We recommend approval of a dividend of 5c per capital unit to be distributed 
msly: 

Central Funds $15,323.35 

Pension Fund 11,110.00 

Ministers Retirement Fund 8,555.00 

Board of Trustees 10,300.00 

Gifts and Wills Department 606.40 

$45,894.75 
The dividend to be to owners on June 30, 1959 and to be payable July 22, 1959. 
It may be noted that % of the fund held at this reporting is for the benefit of our 
jtired ministers. 

See Schedule of Investments and Financial Statement in Audit Report. 

Methodist Foundation, Inc. 
Marvin J. Cowell, Secretary 
Gurney P. Hood, President 

\ MOTION RELATING TO METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

Acting under and by virtue of authority conferred by the Certificate of Incorpora- 
ion of Methodist Foundation, Incorporated (#76304) Under Article IX of said Cer- 
ificate, die North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of The Meth- 
dist Church does hereby direct that the members of the Corporation shall be until and 
inless the North Carolina Annual Conference, (Southeastern Jurisdiction) of The Meth- 
dist Church otherwise directs: 

(a) That person holding die office of Treasurer of the North Carolina Annual 
Conference (Southeastern Jurisdiction) of The Methodist Church: 

(b) That person holding the office of President of the Conference Commission on 
Vorld Service and Finance. 

(c) Three members elected by the Conference Commission on World Service 
md Finance from the membership of the Commission on World Service and Finance. 

(d) Three members elected by the Commission on World Service and Finance 
rom the conference at large based upon their recognized ability in investments. 

(e) That person holding the office of Conference Lay Leader. 

(f) That person holding the office of President of the Conference Woman's 
Society of Christian Service. 



234 North Carolina Annual Conference 

(g) One member elected by tbe Conference Board of Pensions. 

(h) One member elected by the Conference Board of Missions. 

(i) One member elected by the Conference Board of Trustees. 

(j) One member elected by the Conference Board of Education. 

(k) One member elected by the Conference Commission on Christian Higher 
Education. 

(1) One member elected by the Conference Board of Hospitals and Homes. 

(m) One member elected by the Methodist Home for Children, Incorporated., 
of Raleigh, N. C. 

(n) One member elected by the Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., Durham. 
North Carolina. 

(o) One member elected by the Conference Town and Country Commission. 

(p) One member elected by the Conference Commission on Promotion and; 
Cultivation. 

The members elected by the various Boards may or may not be members of such 
Boards — (e), (f), (k), (n), (o), and (p) are additions. Other provisions of Article IX are 
quoted for information: 

"Vacancies occurring in the membership shall be filled by the membership by 
majority vote. 

"Membership shall expire as soon after the quadrennial meeting of said Xordi 
Carolina Annual Conference as a successor has been elected, except members elected 
by the membership on the happening of a vacancy shall expire upon the election of a 
successor, which may be done at the next regular meeting of the Board or Commission 
charged with the election of such member. 

"The North Carolina Annual Conference (Southeastern Jurisdiction) may provide 
other and different qualifications for membership in this Corporation." 

We, the undersigned, move the adoption of the foregoing for the purpose of ob- 
taining broader representation in this our own investment corporation by Conference 
agencies having permanent funds for investment and for better promotion of our new 
Department of Gifts and Wills. The membership of the Foundation is as follows: 
Dr. John C. Brauer, Conference at Large; Dr. Earl W. Brian, Conference Board of 
Hospitals and Homes; Rev. Paul Carruth, Conference Commission Christian Higher 
Education; Rev. Joseph F. Coble, Supt., Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc.; Rev. Thos. 
A. Collins, Conference Board of Missions; Mr. Marvin J. Cowell, Conference Treasurer; 
Mr. John M. Dozier, Board of Pensions; Mr. Garland S. Garriss, President, Commission 
on World Service and Finance; Mr. J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Conference at Large; Rev. 
O. L. Hathaway, Commission on Promotion and Cultivation; Mr. Gurney P. Hood, 
President, Methodist Foundation, Inc.; Rev. Charles S. Hubbard, Commission on' 
World Service and Finance; Dr. F. Olen Hunt, Director, Department of Gifts and 
Wills; Rev. O. K. Ingram, Commission on World Service and Finance; Mrs. Pierce 
Johnson, President, Woman's Society of Christian Service; Dr. Charles E. Jordan, 
Conference Board of Trustees; Mr. Bill Price, Commission on World Service and 
Finance; Mr. Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Commission on Town and Country; Rev. Vergil E. 
Queen, Conference Board of Education; Mr. J. Herbert Waldrop, Conference at Large; 
Mr. Charles H. Young, Methodist Home for Children. 

Commission on World Service & Finance 
Garland S. Garriss, President 
Methodist Foundation, Inc. 
Gurney P. Hood, President 

A WORD FROM THE CONFERENCE TREASURER 

Current Funds received for the year to May 20 are 58.1% of apportionments and 
acceptances which represents a considerable improvement over last year same time. 
You will recall that last year had a poor showing at this date so we have returned to 
a normal situation in receipts. Let us not overlook our objective of 100% payment 
by all charges for this conference year. There is definite need for this to be accom- 
plished. 



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This should become normal procedure. 

As has been our custom we present an estimate of earnings on Central Funds for 
e current Conference year: 

Methodist Fund, Inc., dividend payable 7-23-59 $15,323.35 

Savings and Loan interest 1,254.00 

Federal National Mortgage Association Notes (Interest) 8,750.00 

Savings accounts, interest 7,943.00 



Total $33,270.00 

This reflects an increase of more than $4,000.00 over last year. 

We are able to report that Central Fund Investment in Methodist Fund Incorpo- 
tted (now Methodist Foundation, Inc.) in the amount of $310,000.00 showed appre- 
ation of $81,021.00 as of April 13, 1959, and is now returning close to 5% in divi- 
ends on our cost. Methodist Foundation, Inc. is getting started in the Gifts and Wills 
>epartment with concrete plans for definite work in that field. 

The financial standing of the investment department will build confidence in the 
linds of potential donors in die ability of the Foundation and the Annual Conference 
» administer any trust, gift or bequest, according to its terms. 

During the year now closing we have had the valuable assistance of three laches in 
le office. Mrs. Eda M. Rogers, Mrs. Carole Underwood, and Miss Connie Chesson. 
he efficiency of the office is a reflection of their loyal, efficient service. We thank 
lem. 

The total membership of the Commission on World Service and Finance and 
lethodist Foundation, Inc. under the expanded set up will now constitute a group of 
7 members of our conference, ministers and laymen. We bespeak for them your 
onfidence in their official actions and your prayers for the steady progress of the 
'ork of the church in all departments. 

Marvin J. Cow ell 
Conference Treasurer 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON WORSHIP 

One of the most significant religious facts of our time is Protestant Christianity's 
salization that it is an unfinished system. Consequently, Protestantism is undertaking 
radical re-examination of its biblical and liturgical foundations. Indeed, the liturgical 
lovements within the various churches constitutes a new reformation at die heart of 
ur faiUi. It is within this context of the liturgical movement that Methodism is awaken- 
lg to the meaning of its historic tradition in die role of Christian worship; and, across 
lie church, ministers and laymen alike, are taking a new look at our contemporary 
/orship. 

The North Carolina Conference Commission on Worship was created by some 
v\\o felt that the authority of our witness was weakened precisely because our common 
worship does not proclaim our historic Methodist faith. 

The public worship of God is the most important single hour in the life of die 
hurch, therefore, "all who are in any way entrusted with responsibility for, or the 
onduct of public worship, should do so as unto God." 

To implement this conviction, the General Conference Commission on Worship, 
strongly urges each local church to constitute a Commission on Worship." The 
jeneral purpose of such a local church Commission should be, "to enrich and not to 
;overn the devotional life of the church, recalling our dual heritage of liturgical and 
ree worship." 

I Your Commission believes that Methodists, both clerical and lay, are obligated to 
indertake two tasks: (I) We should seek to deepen the spiritual life of our people by 
;estoring to them full and active participation in the public services of the church, and 
2) We should seek to re-unite the two so long separated, our theology of conversion 
nd the church as the sphere of our salvation- 



236 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Accordingly, your Commission on Worship suggests the following areas of our 
church life for study and improvement: 

1. A Commission on Worship in Every Local Church. 

Materials and guidance may be secured through your Commission. 

2. Church Architecture and Christian Worship. 

Congregations building or re-modelling churches need to realize diat a Metho- 
dist Church must illustrate the denomination's theology and provide a congenial setting 
for its program. There are many sources available — both materials and agencies ready 
to help in church planning. 

3. Christian Worship in Relation to Christian Education. 

The local church program of Christian education must include instruction, offi- 
cially channeled, to guide our people effectively in learning how to worship. Such 
projects as Membership Training Classes, Vacation Church Schools, Christian Worker's 
Schools, and other opportunities are recommended as avenues for enlarging the peo- 
ple's understanding of worship. 

4. The Bible. 

The public reading of the Holy Scriptures should be restored to our worship 
as a vital ingredient. Our pastors and people are referred to any good set of lections 
such as the selections to be found in the Book of Common Prayer, or in other Service 
Books. 

5. Preaching in Relation to Teaching. 

Good preaching must be a balance between prophecy and instruction. Preach- 
ing as teaching touches worship everywhere. All our pastors should strive to interpret 
to the people through their preaching the inner meanings of the sacred rites of Bap- 
tism, Confirmation, Marriage, Holy Communion, and the Burial of the Dead. 

6. The Church Year. 

The Church Calendar is a tested and true plan for ordering the work of the< 
church with continuity and seasonal appropriateness. It is not a magical means of grace; 
rather, it is a device growing out of the experience of Christendom, which when un- 
derstood and used, enables a congregation to maintain the natural spiritual rhythm of 
the seasons and to lift the occasional services such as Baptism, Confirmation, Matrimony, 
and Holy Communion to a plane of special significance and high memory. 

7. The Methodist Hymnal. 

The Methodist Hymnal should be regularly used in every local church, empha- 
sizing always the Wesleyan hymns. Much help can be had by those responsible for 
planning services of worship by using the "Aids to Worship" found in the back of 
the Hymnal. 

8. Evangelism and Worship 

Reference has already been made to our unique combination of evangelical 
fervor and liturgical worship. John Wesley was right in emphasizing the ancient sym- 
bols of tire pulpit, font, and altar as "means of grace." Modern sectarian evangelism 
separates preaching and experience from the "converting ordinances" of the church 
thus forfeiting the rich churchly significance of belonging to the Body of Christ. The 
entire spiritual life of the church and her evangel rests on this wide base of the 
warmed heart and the church as "the means of grace." 

The Commission offers its sendee to the Conference; it stands ready to offer 
friendly guidance. It is our mission to serve as a source of information and as a distri- 
bution agency for any aids to the cultivation of the fine art of public worship. It is 
the sincere desire of the Commission on Worship to cooperate with the Boards of 
Education and Evangelism in extending the witness of our beloved Methodism. 

V. E. Queen, Chairman 
C. H. Mercer, Secretary 



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SECTION V 

Amendments — Memorials — Resolutions 

Note: Amendments. Motions, and Resolutions appearing in the minutes, or within the context of 
eports submitted to the Annual Conference, may not appear here. (Editor). 

AMENDMENT 

Resolution to amend the report of the Board of Pensions as follows: 
Resolved: (1) That we pay out of the reserve funds $300.00 this year to those retired 
len of our Conference who retired before Social Security became available for 
linisters; (2) that the Board be asked to study the matter during this year with a view 
) making this continuous during the life time of these men, and report to next session 
f the North Carolina Annual Conference. 

s/ D. E. Earnhardt 
s/ Leon M. Hall 



MEMORIALS 

REPORT OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 
TO GENERAL CONFERENCE, 1960 

Memorial concerning Amendments to Legislation Relating to Board of Hospitals 
nd Homes. 

Memorial concerning Change in Title of the Board of Hospitals and Homes. 

Memorial concerning the Duties of the Pastor in the Area of Health and Human 
Welfare. 

Memorial concerning the Preservation of the Geographical Jurisdictions of the 
lethodist Church. 

Memorial concerning a Commission to study the possibilities of a unified Chaplaincy 
•rganization for the Methodist Church. 

Memorial concerning the continuation of the Commission on Christian Higher 
Iducation. 

Memorial concerning "Educational Specials" as a part of the Benevolent Program 
f the Church. 

Memorial concerning Trust Clause and Deeds for Incorporated Church Properties. 

Memorial concerning Relationship between Methodist Youth Fellowship and Metho- 
ist Student Movement. 

Memorial concerning Loans to Local Churches for Capital Improvements by In- 
orporated Holding Agencies or Institutions within the Methodist Church. 

Memorial concerning Limited Speaking and Voting privileges for Approved Supply 
astors in the Annual Conference. 

Memorial concerning the Celebration of the Bi-Centenary of American Methodism 
l 1960. 

s/ M. W. Lawrence, Cliairman 
s/ A. C. Edwards, Secretary 

MEMORIALS TO THE GENERAL CONFERENCE OF THE METHODIST 

CHURCH TO BE CONVENED APRIL 27th., 1960, 

IN DENVER, COLORADO 

Memorials Concerning Amendments Relating to Board of Hospitals and Homes 

We respectfully memorialize the General Conference of the Methodist Church, now 
n session to amend the 1956 Discipline, Sec. II, Elections, Par. 143 with a new mi- 
neral between No. 6 and No. 7 to read as follows: 

"The Health and Human Welfare Steward who shall also be Chairman of the 
'ommittee on Hospitals and Homes." (Par. 278.9). 



238 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Amend Par. 144 following the word "Finance" in the 7th line, the words "A Com- I 
mission on Health and Human Welfare." 

Amend Par. 256 following the word "Service" in the 12th line, the words "ThejSJ 
Health and Human Welfare Steward." 

Amend Par. 262 following the word "Missions" in the 11th line, the words, "The 
Healdr and Human Welfare Steward." 

Amend Par. 232 following the word "Men" in the 7th line, the words "The Health 
and Human Welfare Steward." 

Amend Par. 276 before the word "shall" in the 11th line, the words "The Health and 
Human Welfare Steward." 

Amend Par. 278.9 following the word "Responsible" in the 7th line, the sentence to 
be added: "The Chairman of this Committee shall be the Health and Human Welfare 
Steward elected by the Quarterly Conference." 

Amend Sec. IV. Annual Conference Boards Sec. 1561 by adding a new section: 
"The Annual Conference Board of Hospitals and Homes may implement its pro-) 
gram through the district members of its Board, one of whom should be known as Dis- 
trict Chairman to assist the District Superintendent in this phase of die total program 
of the Methodist Church, as it relates itself to the local churches of the District. A dis-s 
trict committee on Hospitals and Homes may be chosen by the District Superintendent 
and/or the Conference Board of Hospitals and Homes, to assist the Annual Conference 
Board of Hospitals and Homes in the implementation of its program. The district chair-i 
man shall be chairman of this committee." 

Respectfully submitted, 
s/ H. P. Powell, Chairman 
Board of Hospitals and Homes 
North Carolina Conference 
This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jur- 
isdiction, in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning Change in Title of Board of Hospitals and Homes 

We respectfully memorialize the General Conference of the Methodist Church, now 
in session to amend the 1956 Discipline wherever the title "Board of Hospitals and' 
Homes" appears this title be deleted and in its place there be inserted "Board of Health: 
and Human Welfare." 

s/ H. P. Powell, Chairman 
Board of Hospitals and Homes 
This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jur- 
isdiction in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning the Duties of Pastors in the Area 
of Health and Human Welfare 

We respectfully memorialize the General Conference of the Methodist Church, now 
in session to amend the 1956 Discipline See. Ill Pastors Par. 352 by adding a new num- 
ber between 19 and 20 to read as follows: 

"To preach on and to encourage the Health and Human Welfare responsibilities of: 
a Christian, particularly as they are expressed through our Methodist Hospitals and 
Homes." 

s/ H. P. Powell, Chairman 
Board of Hospitals and Homes 



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This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jur- 
sdiction in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning Preservation of the Geographical Jurisdictions 
of the Methodist Church 

Be it resolved that the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, me- 
norialize the General Conference to preserve geographical Jurisdictions of the Meth- 
idist Church with all the rights and prerogatives now existing under the Constitution 
if the Methodist Church. 

s/ W. L. Clegg 
s/ J. N. Gibson, Jr. 
This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jur- 
sdiction in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning a Commission to Study the Possibilities of a Unified 
Chaplaincy Organization for the Methodist Church 

WHEREAS, the Protestant pastoral field increasingly is being accepted as expand- 
ag and extending beyond the borders of the local community parish into chaplaincies, 
mplying a new recognition that we avow one ministry with several specialized aspects; 
WHEREAS, both ecumenical and denominational Protestantism increasingly need 
rganized denominational channels to define and maintain appropriate standards of 
le chaplaincy ministry, recruitment and evaluational procedures to move qualified 
lergy into all varieties of these special fields; 

WHEREAS, authoritative representation, with a comprehensive knowledge and 
nderstanding of all chaplaincy matters, is also increasingly needed for a denomination 
J be effectively represented in interdenominational conferences on such topics as 
olicy, standards, training, endorsement, etc., and; 

WHEREAS, these matters seem to be complicated in our denomination by organi- 
ational duplication, involving duality of operation, recruitment, standards, cost and 
uthoritative representation, we memorialize the General Conference of 1960 to estab- 
sh a special study commission with responsibilities to evaluate and resolve the ques- 
tion of a unified chaplaincy organization (Discipline, Par. 1937-1558, and Par. 1571- 
572) and its functions from the local to the denominational and interdenominational 
cvels. 

s/ Paul Wesley Aitken 
Hospital Chaplain 
Duke Medical Center 
This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern 
urisdiction in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning the Continuation of the Commission 
on Christian Higher Education 

Whereas, the Quadrennial Commission on Christian Higher Education has proved of 
nestimable value in creating again among our Methodist people a concern for their edu- 
ational institutions and in producing an understanding of our colleges as a great part 
,if the life and ministry of the Methodist Church, 



240 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Whereas, the Annual Conference Commissions on Christian Higher Education have 
been a primary instrument for making effective the concern of the Church for her col- 
leges, and die concern of the colleges for the Church. 

Therefore, the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, respectfully 
memorializes the General Conference of The Methodist Church to continue and 
strengthen the work of the Commission on Christian Higher Education be directed 
and empowered to give oversight to the institutional and student interests and respon- 
sibilities of each Annual Conference. 

s/ Paul Cakruth 
s/ W. L. Clegg 
This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- 
diction in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning "Educational Specials" in the Benevolent 
Program of the Church 

Whereas, the identification of our people with benevolence projects has been greatlyl 
strengthened and enhanced by a system of "Specials." 

Whereas, die higher educational interests and concerns of our people have not been 
recognized by Benevolence credit for "specials" in this field, 

Whereas, die interests of higher education and the identification of our people with 
Methodist colleges will be greatly served by such a system of "Specials." 

Therefore, the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, respectfully 
memorializes the General Conference to enact such legislation as will create "educa- 
tional specials" with appropriate credit accruing to the local church for such gifts. 

s/ Paul Carruth 
s/ W. L. Clegg 
This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- 
diction in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning Trust Clause and Deeds for Incorporated Church Properties 

We hereby respectfully memorialize the General Conference of 1960 to require the 
Trust Clause to be put in deeds of church properties which are incorporated, as is now 
required in deeds of local church property. 

s/ C. D. Barclcft 

s/ Key W. Taylor 

This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- : 
diction in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning Relationship between the Methodist Youth Fellowship 
and the Methodist Student Movement 

Since the Discipline states that all Methodists, 12-23, are members of the Metho- 
dist Youth Fellowship; and 

Since many college students are not active in the local Mediodist Youth Fellowship; 
and since there exists confusion in the minds of youdi and their leaders as to whether or 
not college students should hold office in subdistrict, district, and conference Methodist, 
Youth Fellowship organizations; 

Therefore, we, the committee on youth work of the Board of Education of the ; 



Journal of Proceedings 241 

s T orth Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, memorialize the General Con- 
erenee to clarify the relationship between the Methodist Youth Fellowship and the 
Vlethodist Student Movement. 

G. Robert McKenzie 

Conference Director of Youth Work 

This Memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- 
liction in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning Loans to Local Churches for Capital Improvements 
by Holding Agencies, or Institutions Within the Methodist Church 

Whereas, the Methodist Church as a Protestant Church and Denomination is the 
parent body for a large number of organizations and institutions which, as incorporated 
bodies, hold large sums of money in trust as endowments, trust funds, or reserve funds, 
which must be invested in stocks, bonds, or loans, and 

Whereas, the Methodist Church is also the parent body for a large number of local 
Congregations and/or churches which are faced with the necessity of securing loans for 
capital improvements, and 

Whereas, due to "tight money situations" and other reasons it is often difficult, if 
not impossible, for local churches to secure necessary loans from lending institutions out- 
kide the church, and 

Whereas, if we expect secular lending institutions to invest in local church mortgages 
it does not seem unreasonable to expect our own denomination to invest some of its funds 
in such mortgages, therefore, 

Be It Resolved, that the General Conference of the Methodist Church in session in 
April of 1960 take such steps as may be necessary and expedient to make available from 
funds held by organizations and/or institutions of the Church a sufficient sum of money 
to be loaned to local congregations and/or churches for capital improvements, and, 
further, 

Be It Resolved, if necessary, a separate Revolving Fund Corporation be set up and 
organized for the purpose of administering such a program. 

Signed: J. E. Gahi.im.ton 

APPROVED BY VOTE OF THE North Carolina Annual Conference in session at 
Wilmington, North Carolina on June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carlton Wilson, Conference Secretary 

(Proposed by the Board of Missions of the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference) 

Memorial Concerning Limited Speaking and Voting Privileges 
for Approved Supply Pastors in the Annual Conference 

WHEREAS, in The Methodist Church, a large number of pastoral appointments are 
[served by Approved Supply Pastors, and in many Annual Conferences these Pastors 
constitute a substantial proportion of the total appointments; 

And, WHEREAS, under paragraph 622 of the Discipline of The Methodist Church, 
Approved Supply Pastors, serving pastoral appointments, shall be seated in die Annual 
Conference session, with privilege of speaking on any question, but without vote, un- 
less by a three-fourths vote of the Annual Conference at its opening session, such Ap- 
proved Supply Pastors are permitted to vote on all matters coming before the Con- 
ference, except those dealing with ordination, character and conference relations of min- 
isters, and the election of lay and ministerial delegates to the General and Jurisdictional 
Conferences; 

And, WHEREAS, the extension of the privilege of voting as outlined in paragraph 
622 of the Discipline, in actual practice is not often accomplished. 

And, WHEREAS, by this lack of privilege of voting by Approved Supply Pastors, 



242 North Carolina Annual Conference 

the pastoral appointments represented thereby are denied the right of their Pastor's vob 
on many matters affecting such pastoral appointments; 

And, WHEREAS, Lay Members of an Annual Conference have the right to vote onj 
all matters coming before the Conference, except those relating to ordination, characte 
and conference relations of ministers; 

Now, Therefore, BE IT RESOLVED, that each Annual Conference of The Metho 
dist Church be requested to submit to the General Conference of 1960 a Memorial, 
petitioning change in paragraph 622 of the Discipline, so that it shall read: "Approved 
Supply Pastors who are in charge of pastoral appointments and who have served as such 
for six consecutive years, shall be seated in the Annual Conference Session, with the 
privilege of speaking on any question, and voting on any question except that such- 
Approved Supply Pastors shall not vote on any matter dealing with ordination, characc 
ter or conference relations of ministers, and the election of lay and ministerial dele- 
gates to the General and Jurisdictional Conferences." 

Submitted for consideration by 

The Philadelphia Local Preachers Association 

Charles W. Urbanski, Secretary 

201 West Brookhaven Road 

Chester, Pennsylvania 

s/ A. J. Walton 

North Carolina Conference 

This memorial was approved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- 
diction, in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Memorial Concerning the Celebration of the Bi-Centenary 
of American Methodism in 1966 

(The Trustees of John Street Methodist Church are elected by and are directly 
responsible to the General Conference by the term and under the authority of a 
CHARTER enacted in 1866 by the Legislature of the State of New York, and approved 
and accepted by die 1868 General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The 
said CHARTER declares: "At any regular session or meeting of the General Conference 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States, said general conference shall 
elect a Board of Trustees, not exceeding nine in number, to be trustees of said corpo- 
ration (John Street Church), and to hold this office until the next session of the general 
conference, and until their successors are elected, as aforesaid." And — "The business 
and affairs of the corporation hereby created shall be managed by a board of trustees, 
not exceeding nine in number, but the acts of said trustees as such shall be subject at 
all times and subordinate to the directions and instructions of said general conference 
relative thereto.") 

WHEREAS die formal organization of Methodism in America was first achieved 
in the establishment of a Class and Society of Methodists in the City of New York in 
the fall of 1766; 

AND WHEREAS the recognition and celebration of the Centenary of American 
Methodism in 1866 was provided for by several actions of the General Conference ol 
the Methodist Episcopal Church at its regular sessions in 1856, 1860 and 1864, whereby 
committees with power were designated, detailed plans formulated and carried out upon 
a denominational-wide basis; 

AND WHEREAS the original New York Methodist Society has continued across al- 
most two centuries in the vital and intensely active work maintained upon the property 
at John Street, New York City, that was secured in 1768, this John Street Methodist 
Church being the only church of the denomination to stand directly under the control 
of the General Conference by virtue of the aforesaid CHARTER of the Legislature of 
the State of New York, as accepted by the 1868 General Conference, and continuously 
observed by every General Conference since that date; 



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BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees of John Street Methodist Church, 
New York City, elected to diis office by the 1956 General Conference, do hereby pe- 
tition the 1960 General Conference as follows: 

To designate a Commission of die General Conference, with power, to formulate 
plans for the appropriate recognition and celebration in 1966 of die BI-CENTENARY 
OF AMERICAN METHODISM, which will then occur, and to report said plans in 
detail to the 1964 General Conference for the consideration and action of that body. 
For the Board of Trustees of John Street Methodist Church, New York City, 

s/ Arthur Bruce Moss 
Recorder for the Trustees 
Done at the Annual Meeting 
of the Board of Trustees 
of John Street Methodist Church 
New York, N. Y. 
lanuary 12, 1959. 

s/ R. L. Jerome 
s/ E. B. Fisher 
North Carolina Conference 
This memorial was approved by die North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- 
diction, in session at Wilmington, North Carolina, June 22-25, 1959. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 
North Carolina Conference, 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 



RESOLUTIONS 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE ELECTION OF DELEGATES TO THE 
GENERAL AND JURISDICTIONAL CONFERENCES OF 1960 

RESOLVED: 

1. That the first ballot for the election of delegates to the General and Jurisdictional 
Conferences of 1960 be taken this afternoon immediately following the reception of the 
class into full connection. 

2. That paragraph 505, section 4, of the Discipline of 1956, which recommends 
to the Annual Conferences "diat the delegates to the General Conference be first 
elected on a separate ballot, to be followed, after all the delegates to the General 
Conference have been elected, by balloting for delegates to the Jurisdictional Con- 
ference as reserves to the General Conference," lie followed by this Annual Con- 
ference. 

3. That four reserve delegates be elected to the Jurisdictional Conference. 

4. That one set of clerical tellers and one set of lay tellers be appointed to receive 
and count the ballots. 

5. That die ballot blanks provided by The Methodist Publishing House be made 
the official ballot of this conference. 

6. That the tellers be, and they are hereby, instructed to make a complete and 
accurate report to the conference of all ballots cast, distinguishing between 'defective' 
and Valid' ballots, announcing all names of the persons voted for on the 'valid' ballots, 
and the number of votes received by each. No ballot shall be counted as 'valid' that 
contains more or fewer different names than the number to be voted for at the time 
of such balloting, as announced in advance by the chair. 

C. D. Barclift 
Secretary of the Cabinet 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING SUNDAY EVENING SERVICES 
IN THE LOCAL CHURCH 

WHEREAS many of our churches are discontinuing, or have discontinued their Sun- 
day evening services, 



244 North Carolina Annual Conference 

AND WHEREAS, many persons feel the need for such services, 

BE IT RESOLVED that the 1959 Session of the North Carolina Annual Conference . 
does hereby urge the pastors and lay people in the various churches to weigh carefully 
and prayerfully the matter of having or not having evening services in order that the 
churches might render the greatest possible service to their people. 

s/ C. L. Warren 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING PASTOR'S REPORT TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

Whereas, all pastors are required to make a financial report to Annual Conference; 

Whereas, all circuit preachers are required to make the financial report to Annual 
Conference by churches rather than by charge; 

Whereas, the sum of certain items to be included are sent to the pastors because the 
iecord of these funds is not available on the charge but in the office of the Conference 
Treasurer; and 

Whereas, these funds were reported to the pastor in total without division by church 
thus making it impossible for the circuit pastor to make an accurate financial report to 
the 1959 session of the Annual Conference; 

Be it resolved, that the amounts included in line 70, of Table II, be stricken from 
all reports until such time as these funds can be reported and recorded accurately by 
the church. 

s/ C. M. Mitchell 

s/ J. Paul Edwards 

s/ John M. Cline 

s/ W. A. Tew 

s/ J. D. A. Autry 

s/ Robert L. Baldridge 

s/ R. E. Walston 

s/ Charles B. Long 

s/ McGee Creech 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE CONFERENCE 

RESOLVED, that the pastors of the North Carolina Methodist Conference be re- 
quired to report immediately to die Presiding Bishop and to the District Superintendent 
the death of any Retired Methodist Minister that may be a member of his Quarterly 
Conference; and to send within one week of the funeral an account of the death to 
the North Carolina Christian Advocate; That, this same consideration be shown the 
wife or widow of any of our retired ministers. 

s/ R. M. Gradeless 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE RE-ASSIGNMENT 

OF BISHOP PAUL N. GARBER TO THE RICHMOND AREA, 

SOUTHEASTERN JURISDICTION 

The Conference Board of Lay Activities meeting in session on June 23, 1959 voted 
the following resolution by unanimous decision: 

WHEREAS, the great work in the field of church extension throughout the North 
Carolina Conference shows promise of continuing widi the proper encouragement, 

WHEREAS, die noble venture as represented in the Conference College program in 
Christian Higher Education is far from fruition, in fact, it is definitely entering its 
critical stage when the dynamic and courageous leadership is as important for the I 
future as it has been for the past, 

WHEREAS, in many areas of the total church program it is felt that a change in 
the episcopacy at this period would be detrimental to the best interest of our people, ; 

BE IT RESOLVED that the North Carolina Annual Conference in session at Wil- j 
mington on this 23rd day of June, 1959 request the Southeastern Jurisdictional Con- I 



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'erence of 1960 to reassign Bishop Paul N. Garber to the Richmond Area for the next 

Juadrennium. 

s/ J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Chairman 
s/ Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Secretary 
North Carolina Conference Board 
of Lay Activities 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING RE-DISTRICTING THE NORTH CAROLINA 
CONFERENCE 

In view of die outstanding advances made in Church Extension by the organization 
if seventy new congregations in die past six years, the Conference Board of Lay Ac- 
-ivities meeting in session, Wilmington, June 23, 1959, voted to request die Conference 
Long Range Planning Committee to investigate the possibility of redistricting the 
lference with the intent purpose of increasing the effectiveness of our total church 
irogram through more properly arranged district boundaries. 

s/ J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Chairman 
s/ Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Secretary 
North Carolina Conference Board 
of Lay Activities 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING DEED OF CONVEYANCE OF PARSONAGE 
PROPERTY TO BISCOE METHODIST CHURCH, BY TRUSTEES 
OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 

WHEREAS, The Candor, Biscoe and Star Methodist Churches have heretofore 
ointly used the parsonage property located in the town of Biscoe, N. C, and 

WHEREAS, each of said churches has now become a station, and it has been 
agreed that the Biscoe Methodist Church own and control the said parsonage property 
md has purchased the interests of the other two churches in said property, and 

WHEREAS, by deed dated April 18,1918, R. E. Page and wife Nell Page conveyed 
Lid property to "The Methodist Episcopal Church South, In Trust that said premises 
mall be used, kept, maintained and disposed of as a parsonage for the use of the 
ministerial assignment of the North Carolina Conference," the granting clause in the 
Seed being to "Said Methodist Episcopal Church South and their heirs and assigns," said 
leed being recorded in Montgomery County Registry in Book 66 at page 27, and 

WHEREAS, the question has arisen as to whedier the title to said property is prop- 
brly in the trustees of the local church, or in the Trustees of The North Carolina Con- 
ference of the Methodist Church: 

NOW, THEREFORE, in order to properly resolve the matter, and to place title to 
said property in the Biscoe, N. C. Methodist Church, and its duly appointed and 
qualified trustees, be it resolved diat the Trustees of the North Carolina Conference 
bf The Methodist Church, by and through their President and Secretary, be and they 
are hereby authorized, empowered and directed to make, execute and deliver to Biscoe 
Methodist Church, its Trustees and their successors, such Deed of Conveyance as may 
be necessary to properly vest in said Church and its Trustees fee simple title to the 
(foresaid property, with proper trust clause. 

s/ Charles E. Jordan, Chairman 

, RESOLUTION CONCERNING A STUDY COMMITTEE IN REFERENCE TO 
CORPORATIONS AUXILIARY TO AND CONTROLLED BY THE CONFERENCE 

WHEREAS, The Methodist Church as to polity is a connectional church, and 
WHEREAS, the constitution of the Methodist Church provides that an Annual 
Conference is ". . . the basic body in the church . . .," and 

WHEREAS, the North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of 
The Methodist Church, hereinafter referred to as The Annual Conference, has an in- 
creasing number of auxiliary corporations, and 



246 North Carolina Annual Conference 

WHEREAS, it is important and necessary that all corporations auxiliary to or con- 3 
trolled by the Annual Conference be fully amenable to the Conference, and 

WHEREAS, it is not known that such is the case in each instance, 

NOW, THEREFORE, RE IT RESOLVED by the North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church, duly assembled in Wil- 
mington, North Carolina, on the 25th day of June, 1959, that Rishop Paul N. Garber 
be and is hereby requested to appoint a committee of five (5) or more persons to study 
and consider the charters, amendments to charters, and by-laws of all corporations con- 
trolled by and auxiliary to the Annual Conference and to consider any and all other 
matters which the committee may deem pertinent, and report to the next regular ses- 
sion of the Annual Conference with such recommendations as said committee may j 
deem necessary for appropriate action to be taken in reference thereto by the Annual 
Conference, 

RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Rishop Paul N. Garber be and is hereby re- 
quested to name the chairman of said committee, and 

RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Commission on World Service and Finance 
of the Annual Conference is requested to provide the necessary financial assistance to 
the committee to enable it to perform the duties herein set forth, 

RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that all corporations controlled by or auxiliary to 
the Annual Conference be and are hereby requested to furnish to the Secretary of the 
Annual Conference three (3) copies of the by-laws, and charters and all amendments 
thereto, of the said corporations within thirty (30) days from the adoption of this 
resolution, and 

RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the secretary of the Annual Conference notify 
such corporations of the adoption of this resolution. 

s/ C. D. Rarclift 
s/ Key W. Taylor 
s/ T. A. Collins 

Committee: C. D. Rarclift, Chairman; Key W. Taylor, T. A. Collins, E. C. Rrooks, 
Jr., Judge Leo Carr, J. E. Garlington, Paul Hardin, Jr. 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING LOAN OF $250,000.00, BY THE METHODIST 

FOUNDATION, INC. TO THE BOARD OF MISSIONS, 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 

WHEREAS, The Methodist Fund, Incorporated, a creature of die North Carolina 
Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church, is holding and in- 
vesting large sums of money belonging to the various agencies of the second party; and 

WHEREAS, The Roard of Missions, Incorporated of the North Carolina Conference, 
Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church is borrowing money from lending 
agencies to assist needy churches in their building programs; 

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that the North Carolina Conference, S. E. J., of 
The Methodist Church, in session in Grace Methodist Church, Wilmington, North 
Carolina, June 22-25, 1959, authorize the Methodist Foundation, Incorporated, to make 
available to The Board of Missions, Incorporated, of said Conference the sum up to 
$250,000.00 to be used in assisting needy churches in their building programs. The re- 
payment and interest will be on the same terms that The Board of Missions, Incorpo- 
rated, will make to any lending agency.. 

The terms on which The Board of Missions, Incorporated, is now borrowing money 
from a lending agency is included in the report of The Commission on World Service 
and Finance of the aforesaid Conference and is found on page 160 of the 1955 Journal. 
It reads as follows: 

"The Commission (World Service and Finance) recommends that the Conference 
approve the incorporation of the Board of Missions as reported by that body, and to 
support it in borrowing money to establish a revolving loan fund, and that the Con- 
ference obligate itself to apportion for church extension a minimum amount of $25,000 
per year for five years, said funds to be used to guarantee that the Board of Missions 
North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of The Methodist Church, 



Journal of Proceedings 247 

incorporated, will retire its obligations with the Wachovia Bank And Trust Company, 
s it shall become due. The obligation being in the amount of $20,000 per year and 
aterest. It is understood that the above amount of $25,000 is a part of the usual ap- 
lortionment and not in addition thereto." 

s/ J. E. Garlington 

s/ M. W. Lawrence 

RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION OF THE NORTH CAROLINA 
CONFERENCE TO THE RALEIGH NEWS AND OBSERVER 

The North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of the Methodist Church 
a session in Wilmington, North Carolina, expresses its appreciation to the Raleigh 
iJews and Observer for the leading role this newspaper played in defeating the legis- 
ative proposals to establish legalized gambling at dog races in North Carolina. Also 
he North Carolina Conference recognizes the News and Observer as one of the largest 
lewspapers in the United States which does not carry advertisements of alcoholic.bev- 
rages and expresses its gratitude for this high sense of moral responsibility. 

s/ Paul Carruth 

s/ H. M. McLamb 

s/ O. Kelly Ingram 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING RECEIVING, DISPOSING, AND ASSIGNING OF 

FUNDS AND PROPERTIES BY THE CONFERENCE COMMISSION 

ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

That Whereas the North Carolina Conference of the Southeastern Jurisdiction of 
he Methodist Church, hereinafter referred to as Methodist Church, on Thursday, 
une 28, 1956, adopted a motion by V. E. Queen that the Commission on Christian 
higher Education authorized by the 1956 General Conference be composed of the 
ollowing: 

"1. Board of Education 2. Cabinet 3. Twenty members at large to be elected by 
he Board of Education." 

Said motion was carried. See page 71, Journal of Proceedings of the One Hundred 
rwenty-First Session of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of 
he Methodist Church held in Greenville, North Carolina, June 25-28, 1956. 

That Whereas the Methodist Church at its annual conference in New Bern, North 
Carolina, in 1957 authorized the Commission on Christian Higher Education to inaugu- 
rate a campaign to raise the sum of five million ($5,000,000.00) for capital funds for 
ts following institutions: 

Nortii Carolina Wesleyan College at Rocky Mount, N. C. 
The Methodist College at Fayetteville, N. C. 
Louisburg College at Louisburg, N. C. 
Duke University at Durham, North Carolina 
High Point College at High Point, N. C. 
Greensboro College at Greensboro, N. C. 
The Wesley Foundations Program 
See page 234 of the 1957 Journal, North Carolina Annual Conference. 
That said Commission on Christian Higher Education was authorized and em- 
powered to do all matters of things necessary for the purposes of raising such funds 
:o enter into contracts and agreements and in general have full power and authority and 
he right to delegate such power to such boards and committees as it deems necessary. 
Whereas, at a regular meeting of the Commission on Christian Higher Education 
leld at Duke Memorial Methodist Church in the city of Durham, North Carolina, on 
he 6th of September, 1956, the said Commission on Christian Higher Education dele- 
gated and authorized the executive committee of said commission to do all matters of 
hings in reference to the campaign and to have such authority to carry out such cam- 
paign as the said Commission had. 

That Whereas, pursuant to said resolution and authority vested in the Commission 
>n Christian Higher Education, said Commission did inaugurate and conduct a cam- 



248 North Carolina Annual Conference 

paign as set forth in the resolution herein before referred to, and as a result, therefore, 
has received in gifts of money, bonds and stocks and any and all kinds of personal 
property and certain real estate property, and 

Whereas, it is necessary and expedient for the best interests of The Methodist 
Church that such stocks, bonds, real estate, personal property and other kinds ol 
personal property be sold, transferred, assigned or disposed of in order that certain 
properties may be properly transferred to respective colleges. 

Now, therefore, be it resolved by the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern 
Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church that the Executive Committee of the Com-, 
mission on Christian Higher Education, North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- 
diction, of The Methodist Church be and is hereby authorized, empowered and di-i 
rected to do any and all matters necessary incident to disposing of, selling, transferring, 
assigning any and all personal property including, but not limited to, stocks, bonds!; 
debentures and all real property which may have been contributed, or given' to Thai 
Methodist Church as a result of said Campaign including all such properties in the 
name of Trustees or in the name of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- 
diction, of The Methodist Church or in the name of the North Carolina Conference, 
Commission on Christian Higher Education of the Methodist Church, or in the name of* 
College Capital Fund Campaign. 

Be it further resolved that the Executive Director of the Commission on Christian! 
Higher Education is hereby authorized and empowered for and on behalf of thej 
North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of The Methodist Church, to exe- 
cute any and all deeds, contracts, assignments of stocks, bonds and any and all per- 
sonal property. That in executing said transfers, deeds, stocks, bonds, the said execu-i, 
tive director may execute the same in the name of the North Carolina Conference,! 
Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church or for and on behalf of any said! 
agency of the Church which holds any properties donated or given in the said cam-j 
yaign for the benefit of the colleges therein. 

Be it further resolved that the secretary of the said commission be and is hereby 
authorized, empowered and directed to attest the signature of the Executive Director 
that this resolution empowers and authorizes the said Executive Director to execute any| 
and all incidents of every kind and description that may be necessary to dispose or sell 
properties as has been referred to. 

Be it further resolved that any and all acts of the Commission on Christian Higher' 
Education, or the Executive Committee thereof, or its Securities Committee, are hereby 
ratified particularly but not limited to the selling and disposing of such properties that 
have been transferred, sold or assigned. 

That the Executive Director of the Commission on Christian Higher Education is| 
hereby authorized, empowered and directed to receive any and all funds from saidf 
campaign herein before referred to, and to disburse same to respective colleges in a! 
pro rata manner as determined by action of the Conference November 4, 1957. 

Duly adopted. 

s/ W. Carleton Wilson 
Secretary of the N. C. 
Annual Conference 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary of 'the North Carolina Annual Conference of the. 
Southeastern Jurisdiction of the Methodist Church, appearing before the undersigned: 
notary public, and after being duly sworn, deposes and says that the foregoing is an' 
accurate copy of a resolution duly adopted by the North Carolina Conference, South- j 
eastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church on the 24th day of June, 1959, at Wil- 
mington, North Carolina. 

Signed before me this 14th day of October, 1959. 

(Seal) Clarita Ford, Notary Public 

My commission expires March 24, 1960. 



Journal of Proceedings 249 

ESOLUTIONS EXPRESSING THE GRATITUDE OF THE N. C. CONFERENCE 

BE IT RESOLVED that we, the members of the North Carolina Annual Confer- 
ee, both clerical and lay, assembled in the One Hundred Twenty-Fourth Session 
l the city of Wilmington, do hereby record and express our gratitude and appreciation: 

1. To our pastor host, Dr. J. V. Early, to the people of Grace Church and to the 
utertainment committee headed by Mr. E. L. White, who have extended to us their un- 
ounded hospitality and who have provided for every need of the conference; 

2. To Dr. J. E. Garlington, Superintendent of the Wilmington District, and to the 
astors and churches in the Wilmington area, who have cooperated in entertaining the 
(inference in such a gracious way; 

3. To those patient persons who cared for our registration and entertainment as- 
ignments, endeavoring to satisfy our every wish; to the pages, the ushers, the cus- 
adians, and the many members of Grace Church who have served us in such genial 
lanner; 

4. To the Minister of Music, and the choirs of Grace Church, to the directors and 
hoirs of Sunset Park Church and Camp Lejeune Base Protestant Chapel, and to the 
ither musicians who have enriched our worship with their music; 

5. To the ladies of Trinity, Wrightsville and Fifth Avenue Churches who refreshed 
is with the daily coffee hours; 

6. To the individuals and organizations who daily placed beautiful flowers on the 
anctuary altar and in the chapel and Educational Building; 

7. To the Cape Fear Country Club, the Azalea Room, St. Paul Episcopal Church, 
•ifth Avenue Methodist Church, Sunset Park Methodist Church and Mrs. Ralph 
Villiams for entertaining special groups; to the Ark, the Friendly Cafeteria, the 
4 and W Cafeteria, the Jiffy Grill, the Ambassador, the Elberta, the Saffos, the 
Crystal, the New China, the Dixie, and the Royal Restaurants; to the Hotel Cape Fear 
nd the Wilmington Hotel and all the other business establishments who have served 
tar needs with patience and courtesy; 

I 8. To the Wilmington Morning Star, the Wilmington News, The News and Ob- 
erver, and the North Carolina Christian Advocate and their representatives, and to 
'vVECT-TV, WMFD, WGNI, WKLM who have given generous and sympathetic news 
ioverage of our conference; 

9. To the Mayor, the Police Department, the public officials and the citizens of the 
Dity of Wilmington, who have shown us every courtesy and helped us in many ways, 
specially with parking privileges; 

10. To the many good people of Wilmington and nearby communities who have 
ipened their hearts and homes to us in gracious hospitality; 

11. To the Program Committee who made arrangements for every necessary item 
n our program and saw to it that the business of the Conference would be interspersed 
vith many high moments of inspiration; 

12. To Dr. T. F. Carroll and Dr. John Simpson who brought the fraternal messages 
rom the Virginia Conference, and to Rev. G. E. Hogue who brought the fraternal 
-nessage from the North Carolina Conference of the Central Jurisdiction; 

13. To every person who has taken part on the program and especially to Bishop 
James H. Straughn, Dr. Henry C. Sprinkle, Dr. Earl G. Hunt, Jr., Dr. Clovis G. Chap- 
pel], Mr. R. H. Berg and Dr. Kenneth F. Thompson, who, coming from beyond the 
hounds of his conference, have brought us inspiration and challenge that puts us forever 
in their debt; 

14. To our Conference Secretary, Rev. W. C. Wilson, and his associates, who have 
helped to speed the affairs of the conference and who have made tape recordings of 
the proceedings of the conference and operated the public address systems; 

15. To the Statistician, Rev. D. D. Traynham, and his associates, who have spent 
many weary hours compiling our statistical reports; 



250 North Carolina Annual Conference 

16. To the tellers, both lay and clerical, who have worked so diligently counting 
the ballots; 

17. To the Conference Boards and Commissions and to their lay and clerical staffs, 
whose efficient and consecrated labors throughout the year have contributed largely 
to our progress; 

18. To our District Superintendents, those unsung heroes, who day by day have 
given to the pastors and the churches the inspiring leadership and brotherly supervision 
which have spurred us on to do our best; 

19. To our beloved Bishop, Paul N. Garber, who has presided over the sessions of i 
our conference with wisdom and graciousness and who has expedited the business of i 
the conference with speed, yet with thoroughness and without undue haste, and who 
has endeared himself to us all by his brotherly spirit and his superb leadership; 

20. To our honored Bishop, W. W. Peele, whose presence is always a benediction 
to us and to whom we all owe a debt of gratitude for his love and leadership while he 
was our active bishop; 

21. Finally, and most of all, we express our gratitude to our God, the Father, the 
Son, and the Holy Spirit, in whom we live and move and have our being, and by whose 
grace we have been redeemed, that he should give to us, unworthy though we be, 
the high privilege of serving Him through the Church of Jesus Christ. To Him be 
glory forever and ever. Amen. 

s/ J. W. Lineberger 
s/ J. D. Young 
s/ J. W. Page 
s/ Leon Russell 
s/ T. B. Hough 
s/ J. E. Rogers 
s/ Fred Ritter 
s/ Harold Bailey 
s/ C. M. Bullock 



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SECTION VI 
FINANCIAL EXHIBITS 

1. A Statement by the Conference Treasurer, Marvin J. Cowell 

2. Treasurer's Statement of Board Operations 
•3. Auditor's Report on Examination 

*4. Other Financial Exhibits: 

a) Camp Don Lee 

b) Methodist Youth Assemblies 

c) Pastor's School 

d) Wesley Foundation Commission 



""Financial Exhibits not shown in Section VI appear with agency 
Report in Section IV. (Editor) 



252 North Carolina Annual Conference 



1. A STATEMENT BY THE CONFERENCE TREASURER 

Methodists of the North Carolina Conference have good reason to be proud of the 
progress being made by our churches in the many departments in which we are active 
and especially in the field of finance. A new mark was set in total funds reported by 
this office, exceeding $2,700,000.00. We received 96.88% of apportionments and ac- 
ceptances. Advance specials and some special offerings were lower but the College 
Capital Fund Campaign added $779,503.72 to our total thus making the greatest gain 
to date in any one conference year. 

Personnel in the Treasurer's Office probably have the best bird's eye view of the 
Conference operations and we pray God's Blessings on all who have contributed in love, 
labor or their means in the attainment of these results. 

Yours in His Service, 

MARVIN J. COWELL, Treasurer 



2. TREASURER'S STATEMENT OF BOARD OPERATIONS 

The Commission on World Service and Finance 
North Carolina Conference of 
The Methodist Church, S. E. J., 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
Gentlemen: 

Herewith is presented our report on the operations of the various boards and com- 
mittees, the funds of which are handled in the Central Treasurer's office, for the 
1958-59 Conference Year ended June 30, 1959, consisting of the schedules as set forth 
in the index which follows. 

These statements have been examined by A. M. Pullen & Company, Certified Public 
Accountants, Raleigh, North Carolina, in connection with their annual audit of our 
accounts and are presented in summary form in Exhibit "B" of their report which is 
published in the Conference Journal. 

We also take this opportunity to express our appreciation to the members of the 
Commission for their unselfish service to the Church in the work of this office which 
continues to grow at a rapid pace. 

Sincerely yours, 
MARVIN J. COWELL 
Conference Treasurer 



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INDEX 

June .30, 1959 
hedule 

A Benevolences, Fund #7 

B Episcopal Fund 

C District Superintendents Fund 

D Conference Board of Pensions 

E Minister's Betirement Fund 

E-l Sustentation Fund 

F Board of Education 

G College Sustaining Fund 

H Golden Cross Fund 

Ministers' Blue Cross Fund 
I Methodist Betirement Homes, Inc. 

J Board of Missions 

J-l Board of Missions — Allocations to Districts 

J-2 Minimum Salary Commission 

J-3 Minimum Salary Commission — Allocations to Districts 

K Miscellaneous Board and Committees 

College Board of Visitors 

Board of Hospitals and Homes 

Board of Lay Activities 

Board of Social and Economic Belations 

Board of Temperance 

Quadrennial Commission on Local Church Emphasis 

Television, Badio and Film Commission 
L Miscellaneous Boards and Committees 

Long Bange Planning Committee 

Co-ordinating Council 

North Carolina Historical Society 

Committee on World Peace 

Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications 

Commission on Christian Vocations 

Committee on Promotion and Cultivation 

Commission on Worship 
M Conference Administration 

N Board of Evangelism, Inter-Board Ministry, Town and Country 

Commission 
O Board of Trustees, Pastors School 

P Conference Beserve and Unallocated Funds 

Q College Capital Fund Campaign 

R Commission on Christian Higher Education 

S Methodist College Foundation of North Carolina, Inc. 

T Methodist Foundation, Inc. 

T-l Schedule of Investments 

T-2 Department of Gifts and Wills 

U Summary of Investments 



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BENEVOLENCES FUND NO. 7 
EXHIBIT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
For Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 
Income: 

Income from charges $1,048,498.91 

Contingency Fund 10,000.01 

Transfer from Unallocated Funds 909 .9* 

$1,059,408.91 
Distribution: 

A. General World Service 

B. General Administration Fund 

C. Interdenominational Cooperation Fund 

D. Southeastern Jurisdiction Conference Budget 

E. Conference Program — Administration 

Education — Local Church Division $ 39,625.00 

Evangelism 16,000.00 

Hospitals and Homes 200.00 

Lay Activities 4,000.00 

Ministerial Training 500.00 

Temperance 4,300.00 

Christian Vocations 1,000.00 

College Board of Visitors 300.00 

Promotion and Cultivation 2,000.00 

Television, Radio and Film 1,250.00 

Town and Country 15,000.00 

Worship 300.00 

Conference Long-Range Planning 200.00 

Co-ordinating Council 500.00 

N. C. Conference Historical Society 200.00 

N. C. Pastors School 400.00 

Duke Supply Pastor's School (Scholarships) . 1,500.00 

Contingency Fund 10,000.00 

"Annual Conference Entertainment 6,500.00 

Conference Minutes and Printing 7,000.00 

Secretarial help, Office Exp., Conf. Secy 900.00 

Salary for Conference Secretary 600.00 

Statistician 400.00 

Conference Treasurer's Office Budget 20,855.00 

Conference Printing 500.00 

F. Annual Conference Benevolences 

Methodist Home for Children (see repts. 1 & 2) 169,678.00 

Church Extension (see reports 1 & 2) 130,200.00 

College Sustaining Fund 290,000.00 

Conference Youth Camps (Admin. Bd. of Edu.) 26,300.00 

Golden Cross Fund 26,300.00 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc 60,000.00 

Wesley Foundation Commission 20,000.00 
Inter-Conference Comm. Student Religious Work 

for Wesley Foundation Building 12,000.00 

Meth. Student Center, East Carolina College 5,800.00 
(Expense $800, Debt $1,000, Bldg. $4,000) 

N. C. Council of Churches 1,800.00 



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G. Supplementary Budget Items (Contingency Fund) 

Board of Education (for Children's Worker) . . 1,100.00 

Co-ordinating Council 60.92 

Board of Social and Economic Belations 500.00 

Conference Entertainment (1958) 818.20 

Conference Secretary tape recorders 394.75 

Conference Secretary dictating equipment 279.02 

1959 Journal (cost above appropriation) 597.67 

Conference printing expense 21.92 

Finance Workshops — expense 257.46 

Comm. on World Service & Finance midyear 100.00 

Coram, on Promotion & Cultivat'n (Flip Charts) 1,327.01 

Jurisdictional meeting Secretary, Treas.-Stat. 225.87 
Treasurer's Budget 

Additional worker 59-60 2,800.00 

Operational deficit current year 400.00 

Fidelity Bond 3 year Prem. due No. 1959 600.00 

Conference Entertainment 1959 2,216.71 

Beserve for College Sustaining Fund 3,894.39 



15,593.92 
$1,059,408.92 



EPISCOPAL FUND 

INCOME, DISTBIBUTION, AND FUND BALANCE 
For die 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30. 1959 

und Balance— July 1, 1958 $ 

Income from Charges 

TOTAL 
•istribution: 

Thomas B. Lugg, Treasurer, Episcopal Fund 30,602.44 

Transfer to Unallocated Funds 909.96 

TOTAL 

und Balance — June 30, 1959 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT'S FUND 

INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 
For the 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

und Balance — July 1, 1958 

icome: 

From Charges 

TOTAL 

xpense 

Salaries and Expenses — Nine District Superintendents $ 75,600.00 
Dictating Equipment — Burlington, Elizabeth City, 

Goldsboro, New Bern, Raleigh, Wilmington 2,152.90 

Total Expenses 

und Balance — June 30, 1959 

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31,512.40 



31,512.40 



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$ 61,479.55 

85,844.22 

$147,323.77 



77,752.90 
$ 69,570.87 
$ 69,570.87 



256 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Schedule I 
CONFERENCE BOARD OF PENSIONS 

INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For the 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Fund Balance — July 1, 1958 $465,425.54 

Income: 

From Charges $247,708.37 

Conference Board of Trustees 3,500.00 

Methodist Publishing House 7,135.07 

The General Board of Pensions 

Charter Fund 1959 

Superannuate Endowment Fund (1959) 4,007.75 

(Missouri Corporation Capital Account 

$80,154.91—4%%) 

Clearing House 2,863.00 

General Fund 1959 6,461.14 

Dividends from Methodist Foundation, Inc 11,110.00 



Total Income 282,785.33 



Total $748,210.87 

Distribution and Expense 

Superannuates (78) (Includes $1,336.00 Relief) $136,002.36 

Widows (94) 75,412.10 

Dependent Children (13) 2,034.13 

Special Conference Claimants (4) Includes $600 Relief . . 2,588.04 

Special Gift to J. L. Smith, Kannapolis 100.00 

Board Expense 480.81 



Total Expense $216,617.44 



Fund Balance — June 30, 1959 $531,593.43 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $273,533.30 

Other Items 

Accounts Receivable 11,110.00 

Checking Account 19,307.13 

Investments: Methodist Foundation, Inc 227,643.00 



$531,593.43 



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Schedule E-. 
SUSTENTATION FUND 

INCOME, DISTRIBUTION, FUND BALANCE 

For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Fund Balance — July 1, 1958 $ — 

Income: 

From charges $ 7,727.98 

Total Income 7,727.98 



Total $ 7,727.9? 

Expenses: 

Rev. M. R. Chambers $ 1,000.00 

Rev. W. A. Crow 200.00 



Total Expenses $ l,200.0f 



Fund Balance June 30, 1959 $ 6.527.9f 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $ 6.527.98 



Schedule I 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 
For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 



Local 
Church Leadership Youth 

Total Division Training Camps 



Fund Balance— July 1, 1958 $ 94,365.55 $ 49,051.94 $ 11,113.61 $ 34.200.0J 



Income: 

1958-59 Apportionment 65,925.00 39,625.00 26.300.0fl 

1958-59 from Charges 9,192.91 9,192.91 

Supplementary Appropriation 1,100.00 1,100.00 

Interest 234.50 234.50 

Other Income 2,119.94 326.46 1,793.48 



Total Income 78,572.35 41,285.96 9,192.91 28,093.48 



Total $172,937.90 $90,337.90 $20,306.52 $62,293. 

Expense: 

Executive Secretary— Salary .$ 7,200.00 $ 7,200.00 $ $ 

Executive Secretary— Rent . . 1.500.00 1,500.00 

Department Heads— Salaries . 13,200.00 13,200.00 

Department Heads— Rent 3,600.00 3,600.00 

Secretarial Assistance 7,174.96 7,174.96 

Staff Travel 3,317.94 3,317.94 

Office Expense 1,851.17 1,851.17 

Postage 639.50 639.50 

Telephone & Telegraph 606.50 606.50 

Furnishings & Equipment ... ' 633.35 633.35 

Resource Material 490.90 490.90 

Library 149.55 149.55 

Misc. Expense 342.72 316.57 26.15 

Second Youth Camp 149.48 149.48 

Small Church Project 60.00 60.00 

Hon. Leadership Trg. School 2,690.00 2,690.00 

District Work 160.82 160.82 

Children's Work 113.30 113.30 

Adult Work 330.51 330.51 

Extra Secretarial Help 231.50 231.50 



Journal of Proceedings 259 

Rally Day Promotion 366.23 366.23 

General Training 3,018.33 3,018.33 

Social Security— employer . . . 170.53 170.53 

Camp Don Lee 3,000.00 3,000.00 

Camp Chestnut Ridge 43,237.55 43,237.55 

Camp Rock Fish 393.40 393.40 

Kerr Lake 154.00 154.00 

All Camps 2,727.08 2,727.08 

Total Expenses $97,509.32 $40,367.10 $ 7,630.19 $49,512.03 

und Balance— June 30, 1959 $ 75,428.58 *$ 49,970.80 $ 12,676.33 $ 12,781.45 

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Balance with Conf. Treas $ 62,865.60 $ 40,725.00 $ 9,359.15 $ 12.781.45 

Other Items: 

Home Savings & Loan . . 1,207.97 1,207.97 

Checking Account 4,786.04 1,468.86 3,317.18 

Invested Funds 6,700.00 6,700.00 

Reserve for Social Sec ( 131.03) ( 131.03) 

$ 75,428.58 *$ 49,970.80 $ 12,676.33 $ 12,781.45 
1-ocal Church Division 
Consisting of: 

Investment Reserve Fund $ 616.67 

Available for appropriations 49,354.13 

Total - $ 49,970.80 



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Schedule H 
GOLDEN CROSS FUND 

INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 
For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

ind Balance— July 1, 1958 $30,295.83 

come: 

From Charges $26,300.00 

Interest Income 87.50 

Total Income $26,387.50 



Total $56,683.33 

*Duke Hospital (30 Patients) $ 4,580.25 

Other Hospitals: 

Burlington District ( 15 Patients ) 2,117.32 

Durham District (14 Patients) 2,182.95 

Elizabeth City District (11 Patients) 1,405.50 

Fayetteville District (24 Patients) 3,625.75 

Goldsboro District ( 7 Patients ) 1,130.50 

New Bern District ( 26 Patients ) 3,226.15 

Raleigh District 1 1 1 Patients ) 1,612.58 

Rocky Mount District (23 Patients) 2,707.25 

Wilmington District (25 Patients) 2,442.00 

Student Chaplain Program— Duke 3,099.96 

Blue Cross Expense 446.18 

Miscellaneous Administrative 50.00 

Total Expenses $28,626.39 

nd Balance— June 30, 1959 $28,056.94 

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Balance with Conference Treasurer $26,300.00 

Other Items: 

Checking Account 1,756.94 



$28,056.94 



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districts: 

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Bern 2, Raleigh 3, Rocky Mount 3, Wilmington 3. 

MINISTERS BLUE CROSS PLAN 
INCOME, AND DISTRIBUTION 
For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

lance with Current Funds— July 1, 1958 $ 5,017.75 

:ome: 

From Ministers (277 ministers participating) $20,407.90 

Total Income 20,407.90 

Total $25,425.65 

Stribution 

Hospital Care Association. Inc $22,309.10 

Total Distribution $22,309.10 

lance Due from Current Funds— June 30, 1959 $ 3,116.55 



262 North Carolina Annual Conference 



METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INCORPORATED 

INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 
For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1958 

Income: 

From Charges $ 60,000.00 

Mothers Day Offering 14,981.31 

Receipts— Other 1,603.20 

Total Income 

Total 

Expenses: 

Mortgage payment $ 40,000.00 

Interest on mortgage 6,300.00 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., Durham 

Building in process $ 13,518.29 

Administrative 8,200.08 21,718.37 

Total Expenses 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1959 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer 

Other Items: 

Checking Account 

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Schedule J-2 
MINIMUM SALARY COMMISSION 

INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 
For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Fund Balance— July 1. 1958 $164,146.48 

Income: 

From Charges $127,853.35 

Division of National Missions 7,449.99 

Interest Income 1,170.44 

Total Income 136,473.78 

Total $300,620.26 



Expenses: 

Board Expenses : 263,01 

Allocation to Districts: 

Burlington District 7,488.00 

Durham District 13,795.08 

Elizabeth City District 9,008.13 

Fayetteville District 16,420.32 

G-oldsboro District 16,988.35 

New Bern District 18,532.54 

Raleigh District 11,025.86 

Rocky Mount District 13,944.84 

Wilmington District 23,609.88 

Total Distribution 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1959 

Consists of: 

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Other Items: 

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MINIMUM SALARY COMMISSION 

ALLOCATION BY DISTRICTS 

For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Burlington District: 

Burlington: Grace $ 2,600.04 

Burlington: St. Paul 1,200.00 

Graham: Christ 888.00 

Sanford: Trinity ,. 2,799.96 

Total Burlington District $ 7,488.00 

Durham District: 

Andrews-Soapstone $ 

Bethesda 

Chapel Hill : Aldersgate 

Chapel Hill: Amity 

Durham : Aldersgate 

Durham : Maybrook-Massey 

Durham : St. John 

Durham : Wellon's Village 



Journal of Proceedings 271 

Merritts-Ebenezer 1,170.00 

Glendale Heights 83.30 

Total Durham District $ 13,795.08 

Elizabeth City District: 

Chowan $ 1,149.96 

Creswell 1,008.33 

Dare 1,299.96 

Elizabeth City : Brite Meadows 2,199.96 

Elizabeth City: Riverside 800.04 

Hatteras 549.96 

Kennakeet 1,599.96 

South Camden 399.96 

Total Elizabeth City District $ 9,008.13 

Fayetteville District: 

Fayetteville: St. John $ 3,800.04 

Fayetteville : Christ 600.00 

Fayetteville: Culbreth Memorial 620.04 

Fayetteville: Faymont 2,900.04 

Fayetteville : Lyon Memorial 2,000.04 

Fayetteville : St. Matthew's 2,600.04 

Hamlet : Fellowship 200.04 

Old Hundred 1,100.04 

Pekin 300.00 

Rockingham : Grace-Community 1,200.00 

Spring Lake 1,100.04 

Total Fayetteville District $ 16,420.32 

Goldsboro District: 

Clinton : Grace $ 1,299.96 

Clinton Circuit 646.64 

Eureka-Yelverton 200.04 

Faison 50.04 

Goldsboro : Airboro 2,600.04 

Goldsboro : Jefferson 3,300.00 

Goldsboro : Wayne 399.96 

Goldsboro Circuit 350.04 

Johnston 733.37 

Lucama-Selma Chapel 2,000.04 

New Hope Circuit 100.00 

Newton Grove 300.00 

Pine Level 1,899.96 

Salemburg 1,899.96 

Turkey 1,208.30 

Total Goldsboro District $ 16,988.35 

New Bern District: 

Dover $ 840.00 

Grimesland 840.00 

Havelock: Cherry Point 2,799.96 

Jacksonville : Northwoods 3,800.04 

Kinston : St. John 2,600.04 

Kinston : St. Mark 1,809.96 

Midway-Bethlehem 641.63 

Ocracoke 1,200.00 

Asbury 840.00 

Salem 840.00 

Salter Path 800.04 

Sea Level 200.04 

Shady Grove 399.96 

Straits-Harker's Island 320.87 



272 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Vanceboro 399.96 

Woodington-Webb 200.04 

Total New Bern District $ 18,532.54 

Raleigh District: 

White Memorial-Wesley $ 1.460.00 

Holly Springs 560.04 

Macon 399.96 

Mamers 759.96 

Piney Grove-Mt. Carmel 1,700.04 

Raleigh: Asbury 1,145.82 

Raleigh: Layden Memorial 2,100.00 

Raleigh: St. Mark's 1,040.04 

Raleigh : Wynnewood Park 1.260.00 

Wake Forest-Youngsville 600.00 

Total Raleigh District $ 11,025.86 

Rocky Mount District: 

Battleboro $ 800.04 

Calvary 800.04 

Gaston 759.96 

Hobgood 900.00 

Hornes-Mt. Zion 99.96 

Jamesville 744.96 

Nash 1,299.96 

Roanoke 600.00 

Rocky Mount: Englewood 300.00 

Rocky Mount: Marvin 549.96 

Sandy Cross 740.04 

Stokes 1,175.04 

Tarboro: Hart-Speights 1,899.96 

Temperance Hall 1,374.96 

Wilson: Winstead 1,050.00 

Woodland 849.96 

Total Rocky Mount District $ 13,944.84 

Wilmington District: 

Ashpole $ 474.96 

Bolivia: Bethel 500.04 

Bolton 1,200.00 

Dublin 1,100.04 

Fairview-Hickory Grove 384.96 

Lumberton : Asbury 759.96 

Lumberton Circuit 759.96 

Old Dock 759.96 

Pembroke : First 350.00 

Pembroke Circuit 999.96 

Philadelphia 250.00 

Prospect 399.96 

Riegelwood: Wesley 3,800.04 

Sandy Plains 1,179.96 

Shallotte Circuit 540.00 

Whiteville Circuit - 1,350.00 

Wilmington : Devon Park 2,600.04 

Wilmington : Epworth 1,200.00 

Wilmington : Wrightsboro 3,800.04 

Yaupon Village 1,200.00 

Total Wilmington District $ 23,609.88 

Total All Districts -.. $130,813.00 

NOTE: *Minimum Salary expense includes allocation from Division of National 
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Journal of Proceedings 277 

Schedule N 
BOARD OF EVANGELISM, INTER-BOARD MINISTRY 
AND TOWN AND COUNTRY COMMISSION 

INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 
For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Board of Inter- Board Town & Country 

Evangelism Ministry Commission 

and Balance— July 1, 1958 $15,018.90 $ 306.48 $17,184.92 

icome : 
1958-59 Apportionment from 

World Service 16,000.00 15,000.00 

Contributions 300.00 

Board of Education 

Board of Evangelism 

Board of Missions 250.00 

Commission on Town and Country 

Total Income $16,000.00 $ 250.00 $15,300.00 

Total $31,018.90 $ 556.48 $32,484.92 

spenses: 

Salary— Chairman or Director $ 7,500.00 $ $ 2,550.00 

House Allowance— Director 1,500.00 600.00 

Salary— Director Field Work 4,500.00 

Expenses— Director Field Work 1,987.93 

Travel— Officers 686.06 462.42 

Expense— Officers 65.94 482.56 

Office Expense 61.85 

Travel & Expense Comm. Meetings 651.92 97.95 593.45 

Office Supplies & Printing 511.59 11.85 209.50 

Secretarial Assistance 226.57 111.00 

Postage 328.37 

Delegates to Meetings or Conf 331.23 100.00 

Washington Convocation 481.22 

Equipment 24.50 1,564.63 

Inter-Board Ministry 

Evangelistic Work 97.50 

Telephone Expense 179.14 34.00 

Program 574.44 

Workshop Expense 406.24 

Research & Publishing 987.41 

Speakers for Conferences 250.71 164.92 

Rent for Office Space 300.00 612.50 

Contingency Fund 313.83 

Contribution 20.00 

District Promotion 675.00 

Local Church Emphasis 18.28 

Youth Missions 118.31 

Literature 123.55 

Preaching-Teaching Missions 267.75 

Miscellaneous 3 -80 

Equipment Maintenance 110.57 

Total Expenses $14,774.31 $ 411.55 $15,712.63 

und Balance— June 30, 1959 $16,244.59 $ 144.93 $16,772.29 

onsisting of 
Balance with Conference Treas $16,244.59 $ 144.93 $16,772.29 



278 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Schedule 
CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

INCOME, DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 
Fund Balance— July 1, 1958 $ 9,041.85 

Income : 

Methodist Fund Incorporated Dividends $ 10,300.00 

Total Income 10,300.00 

Total $19,341.85 

Distribution: 

Board of Pensions 3,500.00 

Methodist Foundation, Inc. Investments 5,503.00 

Total Expense 9,003.00 

Fund Balance— June 30. 1959 $10,338.85 

Consisting of: 

Cash Balance with Conference Treasurer $10,338.85 

(Invested Funds— Methodist Foundation, Inc. $210,139.91) 

PASTORS SCHOOL 
INCOME, DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1958 $ .00 

Income: 

Apportionment from World Service $ 

Duke Supply Pastor's School 1,500.00 

N. C. Pastors School 400.00 

Total Income $ 1,900.00 

Total $ 1,900.00 

Distribution 

Duke Supply Pastor's School $ 1,500.00 

N. C. Pastor's School 400.00 

Total Distribution $ 1,900.00 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1959 $ .00 

Schedule F 

CONFERENCE RESERVE, UNALLOCATED FUNDS AND CONTINGENCY FUND 

INCOME, DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Contingency Unallocated Conference 

Totals Fund Funds Reserve 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1958 $ 60,282.75 $ 60,282.75 



Income: 

By Appropriation $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $ $ 

Transfer from Episcopal 
Fund of excess of in- 
come over apportionment 909.96 909.96 



Journal of Proceedings 

Interest on Investments 

of Central Funds 34,266.48 

Total Income $45,176.44 $10,000.00 $ 

Total $105,459.19 $ 10,000.00 $ 

istribution: 
Methodist Foundation 

Inc., 1958-59 25,000.00 

Methodist Foundation 

Inc., 1959-60 25,000.00 

To World Service and 
Annual Conference 
Benevolences to cover 
excess of apportion- 
ments over income 10,000.00 

ind Balance— June 30, 1959 $ 44,549.23 .00 

(Exhibit "B") 
insisting of 

Balance with Conference 

Treasurer $ 44,549.23 $ .00 $ 



279 



34,266.48 

34,266.48 



909.96 $ 94,549.23 

25,000.00 
25,000.00 



909. 



.00 $ 44,549.23 



.00 $ 44,549.23 



COLLEGE CAPITAL FUND CAMPAIGN 

INCOME, EXPENSE, AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

ind Balance— July 1, 195S 

come: 
Contributions < Individuals ) 

Total Income 

Total 

spenses: 

Miscellaneous Expense $ 147.00 

Ward, Dreshman, Reinhart 44,875.00 

Rentals Paid 341.50 

Salaries 15,995.87 

Administrative Expenses 1,322.90 

Stationery & Supplies 25,509.32 

Postage 6,410.89 

Telephone & Utilities 1,460.31 

Campaign Expense 12,375.61 

Travel Expense 455.71 

Equipment 7,982.23 

Interest on notes payable 1,180.10 

Social Security 27.42 

Publicity 3,297.85 

Distribution to Colleges 600,000.00 

Louisburg College 60,672.00 

Methodist College 269,664.00 

N. C. Wesleyan College 269,664.00 

Local Rocky Mount pledges 8,333.64 

Total Expense 

und Balance— June 30, 1959 

onsisting of: 

Checking Account $ 7,379.29 

Less Reserve for Taxes (184.04) 

$ 7,195.25 



Schedule Q 



$(42,593.12) 

$ 779,503.72 
$ 779,503.72 
$ 736,910.60 



$ 729,7 15.35 
$ 7,195.25 



280 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Schedule 
COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 
INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1958 $ 293.5 

Income: 

Appropriation from College Sustaining Fund $ 17,000.0 

Total Income $ 17,000.0 

Total $ 17,293.5 

Expenses: 

Executive Director — Salary $ 8,000.04 

Executive Director — Housing 1,500.00 

Executive Director — Travel 883.97 

Executive Director — Lodging & Meals 191.61 

Secretarial Expenses 2,013.81 

Office Rent 1,669.80 

Telephone 128.12 

Supplies 42.29 

Printing 

Postage 31.58 

Publicity 34.65 

Travel, expense-Committee Meeting 262.29 

Miscellaneous expense 215.62 

Equipment 1,155.34 

Social Security 48.47 

Total Expense $ 16,1 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1959 $ 1,1 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $ 1,2 

Reserve for Social Security & Withholding Tax (11 



THE METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC 
INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1958-59 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1959 

United Scholarsh 

Expense College and Trus 

Total Fund Appeal Fund 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1958 $46,657.00 $ 5,951.55 $40,194.70 $ 510.' 



Income: 
Colleges 

Rent 300.00 

Sale 1955 Mercury 400.00 

1957-58 United College App. . . . 60,000,00 

Contributions 1,254.00 

Miscellaneous Receipts 128.86 

Total Income $ 62,082.86 





300.00 






400.00 


60,000.00 
1,074.00 




125.30 


3.56 


$ 


825.30 


$ 61,077.56 



Total $108,739.86 $ 6,776.85 $101,272.26 $ 



Journal of Proceedings 281 

Ixpense or Distribution: 

Scholarships $ 240.00 $ $ $ 240.00 

Salaries 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Office— Rent, Lights & Water . 1,279.74 1,279.74 

Travel 259.13 259.13 

Telephone & Telegraph 43.90 43.90 

Stationery, Printing & 

Office Supplies 10.00 10.00 

Employers Social Security 23.48 23.48 

Miscellaneous Expense 

Disbursements to Colleges: 

Louisburg College 13,165.00 13,165.00 

High Point College 20,016.22 20,016.22 

Greensboro College 12,685.93 12,685.93 

Brevard College 17,499.79 17,499.79 



Total Expense or 

Distribution $66,223.19 $ 2,616.25 $63,366.94 $ 240.00 



'und Balance— June 30, 1959 $42,516.67 $ 4,160.60 $37,905.32 $ 450.75 

Consisting of: 
Balance with Conference 

Treasurer $ 37,901.22 $ $ 37,901.22 $ 

Other Items: 

Checking Account 4,636.60 4,181.75 4.10 450.75 

Remittance in transit 

Accounts Payable ( 21.15) ( 21.15) 



$ 42.516.67 $ 4,160.60 $ 37,905.32 $ 450.75 

Schedule T 
METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

ANNUAL REPORT — JUNE 30, 1959 

ie-Invested earnings: July 1. 1958 $ 18,864.31 

ncome: 

*Dividends and interest $ 47,015.25 

Gains on Sales of Securities (net) 5,198.47 



Total Income 52,213.72 



Total $ 71.078.03 

♦Includes income earned but not received $7,950.95 
Expense and Distributions: 
Expenses: 

Moody's Service $ 1,400.00 

All other expenses 501.10 



$ 1,901.10 
Distribution : 

Reserve for Dividend distribution 

917,895 units @ 5c 45,894.75 

Total Expense and Distribution 47,795.85 



'♦Re-Invested earnings June 30, 1959 23,282.18 

"♦Consists of accumulated realized Capital 
Gains $8,532.42; other earnings $12,866.48 

Assets 

Mew appraisal value of securities per report $1,154,010.00 

Income earned but not received 7,950.95 



Total Assets $1,183,210.61 



282 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



Liabilities 

Dividends payable 917,895 units @ 5c 

♦Equity to owners of Capital Units 

Appraised value equals $1.23905 per capital 

unit EX Dividend 

♦Consists of Cost of Capital Units to holders $ 938,550.00 

Re-invested earnings 21,398.90 

Unrealized appreciation 177,366.96 



45,894.75 
1,137,315. 



$1,183,210.61 



$1,137,315.86 
Statement of Ownership of Capital Units 

Capital Subscription 

Units Price 

Central Funds $ 306,467. $ 310,000.00 

Pension Fund 222,200. 227,643.00 

Ministers Retirement Fund 171,100. 175,300.00 

Board of Trustees 206,000. 210,139.00 

Gifts and Wills Department 12,128. 15,468.00 

Grand Totals $ 917,895. $ 938.550.00 

MARVIN J. COWELL, Treasurer 
Methodist Foundation, Inc. 



METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

SCHEDULE OF INVESTMENTS 
SUMMARY 

Cost Income 

Total Bonds and Debentures $137,333.82 $ 6,958.00 

5.06% 
Total Preferred Stocks 77,886.90 3,609.00 

4.63% 
Total Utilities— Common 275,754.58 14,993.00 

5.44% 
Total Industrial— Common 280,327.43 10,826.00 

3.86% 

Total Trusts, Insurance & Banks 14,650.00 285.00 

1.95% 
TOTAL SECURITIES 785,952.73 36,671.00 

4.68% 
TOTAL REAL ESTATE LOANS 192,574.47 9,350.00 

4.85% 
COMBINED TOTALS 978,527.20 46,021.00 

4.71% 

Reserve for Investment 

Current Year Realized Capital Gain .... 

Dow-Jones Averages 

Industrials 643.06 

Utilities 86.62 

Total Values Including Receivables $1,144,637.00 

Capital Unit Valuation $1.23905 EX Dividend 



Schedule T-l 



Value 

$145,911.00 

4.76% 

78,446.00 

4.60% 

352.847.00 

4.25% 

369,075.00 

2.93% 

15,157.00 

1.88% 

961,436.00 

3.82% 

192,574.00 

4.85% 

1,154,010.00 



21,249.00 
5,198.00 



Amt. Bonds and Debentures 

5M American Discount 5.90% '73 

8 Baltimore G&E 4.25% '74 cv . 

10M Colo. Interstate Gas 4.70 '79 . 

10M ElPaso Natl Gas 5.25%cv '77 

6C Food Fair 4%cv '79 

5M General Arner. Oil Tex. 4.75% 







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Cost 


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Market 




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$ 


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800.00 


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470.00 


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525.00 


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600.00 


24.00 


114 




684.00 


5,000,00 


237.00 


99 % 




4,962.00 



Journal of Proceedings 



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Bunds and Debentures Cust 

General Motors Ace. 5% '77 9,750.00 

Olin Math. Chem. 5.5% '82cv 10,000.00 

Salem Brosius 5.50%cv *73 5,879.79 

Sears-Roebuck Co. 4.75% '83 10,000.00 

Sinclair Oil Corp. 4.37%cv '86 ... 10,850.00 

Sou. Bell Tel. & Tel. 4.625% '93 . . 10,130.70 

Sperry Rand 5.50ww '82 20,000.00 

Standard Oil Calif. 4.37% '83 .... 9,962.50 

Tenn. Gas Transm. 5.25% '77 10,005.83 

Transcon. Gas. P.L. 6.125% '78 ... 8,955.00 

Preferred Stocks 

Consolidated Edison 5<; 10,995.95 

General Mills 5 f > 12,147.10 

Radio Corp. of Amer. 3. 50^ 8.743.85 

Reynolds Metals Co. 4.50%cv 10,000.00 

Tenn. Gas Transm. 4.50%cv 9,250.00 

Texas Eastern Trans. 5.60% 10,000.00 

Transcontinental Gas 4.90% 15,350.00 

Washington Gas Lite 4.60%cv . . . 1.400.00 

Utilities — Common 

American Electric Power 10,900.00 

American Tel. & Tel 35,732.68 

Baltimore Gas & Electric 10,371.39 

Carolina Power & Light 14,948.63 

Carolina Tel. & Tel 15,700.00 

Columbia Gas System 14,537.40 

Consolidated Natural Gas 14,871.90 

General Telephone Electronic . . . 12,262.50 

Middle South Utilities 14,961.55 

Minnesota Power & Light 19,061.81 

New England Elec. System 18,083.25 

New England Gas & Elec 10,537.50 

Niagara Mohawk Power 19,067.38 

Public Service of Colorado 13,307.40 

Public Service Elec. & Gas 7,148.38 

Public Service of Indiana 8,417.19 

Tenn. Gas Transmission 15,120.00 

Washington Gas Light 8,245.88 

Washington Water Power 8,203.62 

Wisconsin Public Service 4,276.12 

Allied Stores 8,459.44 

Aluminium, Ltd 8,045.03 

American Cyanamid 4,047.56 

Diamond Alkali 7,492.12 

DuPont DeNemours 14,520.55 

Eastman Kodak Co 18,613.53 

Food Fair Stores 4,215.93 

J. Garfinckel & Co., Inc- 8,550.00 

Carlock Packing Co 6,550.00 

General Motors Corp 13,951.70 

International Bus. Mach 16,893.55 

International Harvester 16,858.65 

Johns-Manville 7,575.50 

Johnson & Johnson 9,711.16 

Lone Star Cement 9,893.43 

Montgomery Ward & Co 7,768.50 

National Cash Register 10,818.24 

National Food Products Co 5,830.00 

J. C. Penny Co 7,842.80 

Pillsbury Company 4,587.75 

Royal Dutch Petroleum XV (CO 7,300.00 



Income 

500.00 
550.00 
275.00 
475.00 
437.00 
462.00 
1.100.00 
437.00 
525.00 
612.00 



Market 

103% 

124% 

117 

101% 

108 

98% 
124% 

97% 
101 
103 



Appraisal 



500.00 100% 

500.00 104% 

350.00 70% 

450.00 144% 

450.00 109 

560.00 100 

735.00 93 

64.00 106 



515.00 


49 


1,980.00 


79% 


540.00 


45% 


806.00 


35% 


800.00 


163 


853.00 


21% 


693.00 


50% 


800.00 


69% 


950.00 


47 


1,120.00 


34 


1,000.00 


20 


550.00 


21% 


1,080.00 


36% 


598.00 


48% 


360.00 


38% 


420.00 


44 


840.00 


32 


448.00 


48% 


10(1.(1(1 


44% 


240.00 


25% 


600.00 


60% 


100.00 


35% 


160.00 


59% 


360.00 


60% 


450.00 


249 


607.00 


86 


154.00 


34% 


480.00 


28 


220.00 


39% 


600.00 


50% 


161.00 


445 


1,000.00 


50% 


400.00 


52 


200.00 


65 


360.00 


32% 


450.00 


47% 


240.00 


62% 


228.00 


21% 


425.00 


111% 


280.00 


42% 


218.00 


69% 



Value 

10,362.00 
12,425.00 

5,850.00 
10,175.00 
10,800.00 

9,887.00 
24,900.00 

9,775.00 
10,100.00 

9,270.00 



10,075.00 
10,487.00 

7,075.00 
14,475.00 
10,900.00 
10,000.00 
13,950.00 

1,484.00 



15,043.00 

47,925.00 

13,650.00 

21,766.00 

16,300.00 

18,659.00 

16,623.00 

27,950.00 

23,500.00 

23,800.00 

20,000.00 

10,875.00 

22,050.00 

15,356.00 

7,675.00 

8,800.00 

19,200.00 

9,650.00 

8,850.00 

5,175.00 

12,025.00 

7,075.00 

5,937.00 

12,100.00 

18,675.00 

35,260.00 

5,313.00 

8,400.00 

8,690.00 

15,187.00 

36,045.00 

25,437.00 

10,400.00 

16,250.00 

9,675.00 

9,525.00 

12,425.00 

4,472.00 

11,125.00 

8,500.00 

6,975.00 



284 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



Amt. Bonds and Debentures Cost 

121 Royal Dutch Petroleum (NYE) . 5,261.75 

294 Sonoco Products 7,639.25 

300 Sperry-Rand 6,916.69 

100 Standard Oil of California 5,428.04 

110 Standard Oil of New Jersey 6,172.31 

200 Sun Oil Company 12,890.95 

102 Texaco, Inc 6,023.36 

300 Time, Incorporated 18,400.00 

200 Westinghouse Electric 12,069.64 

Trust, Insurance, Banks 

220 Gulf Life Insurance Co 5,925.00 

50 Travelers Insurance Co 3,675.00 

300 Wachovia Bank & Trust Co 5.050.00 



Appraisal 



160.00 


42% 


5,173.00 


294.00 


26% 


7,791.00 


240.00 


25% 


7,537.00 


200.00 


54 


5,400.00 


264.00 


52 


5,720.00 


200.00 


58% 


11,750.00 


250.00 


81% 


8,338.00 


,125.00 


65 


19,500.00 


400.00 


91% 


18,375.00 



110.00 22% 4,895.00 

55.00 82% 4,112.00 

120.00 20% 6,150.00 



Schedule T-2 
METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

DEPARTMENT OF GIFTS AND WILLS 

Contributions 
and 
Operating Endowment 

Total Fund Funds 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1958 $ $ $ 

Income: 

Endowment Funds 15,487.97 15,487.97 ]j 

Contributions 

Special Appropriations — 

World Service & Finance '57-'58 25,000.00 25,000.00 

Special Appropriations — 

World Service & Finance '58-'59 25,000.00 25,000.00 

Total Income $ 65,487.97 $ 50,000.00 $ 

Total $ 65,487.97 $ 50,000.00 $ 

Expenses: 

Salary-Director 3,333.32 3,333.32 

Housing-Director 666.68 666.68 

Salary-Secretary-Treasurer 900.00 900.00 

Salary-Assistant Secretary 405.73 405.73 

Other Help 2,044.00 2,044.00 

Printing— Office Supplies 119.02 119.02 

Office Rent, Telephone, Utilities 38.95 38.95 

Equipment-Expense 1,094.46 1,094.46 

Miscellaneous Expense 180.38 180.38 

Social Security 79.47 79.47 

Total Expense $ 8,862.01 $ 8,862.01 $ 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1959 $ 56,625.96 $ 41,137.99 $ 15,487.97 

Consists of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $41,157.99 $41,137.99 $ 20.00 

Common Investment Funds ' 15,467.97 15,467.97 

Accts. Payable — Dividends (606.40) 

Accts. Receivable Methodist 

Foundation Dividends 606.40 



$ 56,625.96 $ 41,137.99 $ 15,487.97 



Journal of Proceedings 285 

Schedule U 

SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS 

JUNE 30, 1959 

Amount Total 

onference Treasurer 

Savings accounts with banks $ 675,896.38 

Paid up shares with B & L Association 40,000.00 

Note: Federal National Mortgage Association 250,000.00 

Methodist Fund Incorporated 310,000.00 

$1,275,896.38 
onference Board of Pensions Fund 

Methodist Fund Incorporated $ 227,643.00 

onference Board of Trustees 

Methodist Fund Incorporated $ 210,139.91 

[inimum Salary Fund 

Paid up shares with B & L Association $ 27,000.00 

Real Estate Loan 9,078.03 

$ 36,078.03 
onference Board of Education 

Savings Account (Home Savings & Loan) $ 1,207.97 

Paid up shares with B & L Associations 6,700.00 

$ 7,907.97 
[inisters' Retirement Fund 

Paid up shares with B & L Associations $ 30,000.00 

Methodist Fund Incorporated 175,300.00 

$ 205,300.00 
Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

Stocks (gifts) (book value) $ 44,641.00 

epartment of Gifts and Wills 

Endowment and gifts $ 15,467.97 

Total $2,023,074.26 

:ethodist Fund Incorporated 

Bonds (book value) $ 137,333.82 

Preferred Stocks (book value) 77,886.90 

Common Stocks (book value ) 556,082.01 

Trusts, Insurance, Banks (book value) 14,650.00 

Real Estate Loans 192,574.47 

Savings account (cash for investment) 21,249.66 



$ 999,776.86 



Journal of Proceedings 



287 



3. AUDITOR'S REPORT ON EXAMINATION 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE, SEJ. OF THE METHODIST CHURCH 

Officers 

Paul N. Garber, Presiding Bishop 

W. Carleton Wilson, Secretary 

Marvin J. Cowell, Treasurer 

Commission on World Service and Finance 

Garland S. Garriss, President 

Rev. Charles S. Hubbard, Vice-President 

Rev. Joyce V. Early, Secretary 



CONTENTS 

June 30, 1959 



>MMENTS 



HIBITS 

"A" Fund Balance Sheet 

"B" State of Income, Expense or Distribution and Fund Balance 

"C" Income from Charges by Districts 

HEDULES 

1 Summary of Investments 

2 Other Assets 






288 North Carolina Annual Conference 

The Commission on World Service and Finance 
North Carolina Conference, SEJ., of the 
Methodist Church 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Gentlemen: 

We have examined the books and financial records of Mr. M. J. Cowell, Treasurer of 
the 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE, S. E. J., OF THE METHODIST CHURCH, 
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

for the 1958-59 Conference year ended June 30, 1959, and now submit our report con- 
sisting of the exhibits and schedules set forth in the preceding contents, and the follow- 
ing related comments. 

FINANCIAL POSITION 



. 



The financial position of the various boards and committees, the funds of which ar« 
handled in the Central Treasurer's office, is presented in detail in Exhibit "A," Fund 
Balance Sheet. The following is a comparison of the financial position at June 30, 1959, 
of all funds handled by the Central Treasurer with a similar summary at June 30, 1958. 

Increase 

This Year Last Year (Decrease) 
Assets * 

Cash— checking accounts $ 111,729.43 $ 74,574.53 $ 37,154.90 

Cash receipts in transit 73,610.02 68,339.65 5,270.37 

Investments 2,079,530.26 1,878.069.52 201,460.74 

Other assets 157,451.02 137,533.30 19,917.72 

$2,422,320.73 $2,158,517.00 $ 263,803.73 
Forwarded 
Liabilities: 

Accounts and apportion- 
ments payable $ 598,723.17 $ 524,511.37 $ 74,211.80: 

Notes payable— banks 40,000.00 105,000.00 ( 65,000.00) 

Total Liabilities $ 638,723.17 $ 629,511.37 $ 9,211.80i 

Fund balance 1,783,597.56 1,529,005.63 254,591.93' 

$2,422,320.73 $2,158,517.00 $ 263,803.73 
Insurance in force relating to the Conference Treasurer's office at June 30, 1959, as 
evidenced by policies presented to us for our inspection, is shown below. 

Coinsurance Amount 

Fire, lightning and extended coverage: 

Contents — 900 Wade Avenue, Raleigh, 

North Carolina 80% $ 9,000.00 

Check forgery and alteration 10,000.00, 

Blanket fidelity bond coverage: 

Treasurer 100,000.00 

Assistant to treasurer 25,000.00j 

Superintendent of Methodist Retirement 

Homes, Inc 20,000.00' 

Other employees— each 10,000.00, 

RESULTS OF OPERATIONS 

The results of operations of the funds, boards and committees are presented in sum-, 
mary form in Exhibit "B," Statement of Income, Expense or Distribution and Fundi 
Balance. \ 

Mr. M. J. Cowell, Conference Treasurer, has prepared statements from his records, 
for publication in the Conference Journal, comprising the details of the results of opera-, 
tions as summarized in Exhibit "B" of our report. These detailed statements, with refer-l< 
ence numbers corresponding to Exhibit "B," are presented under the title "Treasurer's fl 
Statement of Board Operations" and have been verified by us. 



Journal of Proceedings 289 

Exhibit "C," Income from Charges by Districts, presents the income for the various 
portioned and special items for the 1957-59 Conference year by districts. The follow- 
g is a comparison by districts for the apportionments and income for the 1958-59 
onference year: 

Income Under 
Apportionment 
Income Apportionment Amount % 

urlington $ 164,610.12 $ 167,186.00 $ 2,575.88 1.54 

urham 186,055.94 192,820.00 6,764.06 3.51 

lizabeth City 133,736.31 137,982.00 4,245.69 3.08 

ayetteville 193,743.98 200,295.00 6,551.02 3,27 

oldsboro 160,484.59 163,359.00 2,874.41 1,76 

ew Bern 172,922.50 181,584.00 8,661.50 4.77 

aleigh 221,586.24 229,698.00 8,111.76 3.53 

ocky Mount 179,347.91 187,052.00 7,704.09 4.12 

Wilmington 145,183.05 147,001.00 1,817.95 1.24 

Total $1,557,670.64 $1,606,977.00 $49,306.36 3.07 

SCOPE OF EXAMINATION 

Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing stand- 
•ds, and accordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other 
rditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances, some features of 
hich are referred to in the outline that follows on specific items. 

Cash on deposit was confirmed directly with the banks. Recorded cash receipts were 
aced to their subsequent deposit in the bank on a test basis, and disbursements were 
;rified by test examination of cancelled checks and paid invoices or authorizations. In- 
ane from charges as shown by the Treasurer's records was confirmed directly with the 
astors, and minor differences reported to us as of the date of this report were adjusted 
: satisfactorily explained. 

Distribution of income from charges was audited by reference to the report of the 
ommission on World Service and Finance for the 1958 and 1959 session of the Annual 
onference and by reference to proper authorization from the various boards of the 
onference. 

Investments of the Treasurer and the various boards and funds were either inspected 
r, if held by an outside agent, confirmed by direct confirmation during the course of 
ur examination. 

Cash receipts in transit represent 1958-59 collections received by the Treasurer sub- 
;quent to the balance sheet date and were set up from deposits in the bank accounts. 
ocounts and apportionments payable were set up from disbursements subsequent to the 
alance sheet date and by reference to proper authorization for the distribution of 
958-59 collections. 

CERTIFICATE 

In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheet and related statement of income, ex- 
ense or distribution and fund balance present fairly the financial position of the North 
:arolina Conference, SE.I., of The Methodist Church, Mr. M. J. Cowell, Treasurer at 
Line 30, 1959, and the results of operations for the 1958-59 Conference year then ended, 
l conformity with accounting principles of the Conference applied on a basis con- 
istent with that of the previous year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. M. PULLEN & CO. 
Certified Public Accountants 



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Journal of Proceedings 



299 



SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS 
JUNE 30, 1959 



Schedule 1 



onfereuce Treasurer: 

Savings accounts with banks $ 675,896.38 

Paid-up shares with building and 

savings and loan associations 40,000.00 

Federal National Mortgage Association notes 250,000.00 

Investment Pool (Methodist Foundation, Inc.) 310,000.00 



Conference Board of Pensions : 

In\estment Pool (Methodist Foundation, Inc.) 

Ministers' Retirement Fund: 

Paid-up shares with building and 

savings and loan associations $ 30,000.00 

Lnvestment Pool (Methodist Foundation, Inc.) 175,300.00 

Minimum Salary: 

Notes secured by lirst mortgage on real estate $ 9,078.03 

Paid-up shares with building and 

savings and loan associations 27,000.00 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc: 
Stock — State Capital Life Insurance 

Company (market value $24,640.00) 

ioard of Education: 

I Paid-up shares with building and loan associations ..$ 6,700.00 

j Savings account — Home Savings and 

Loan Association 1,207.97 

Methodist Foundation, Inc-. Department 
; of Gifts and Wills: 

Investment Pool (Methodist Foundation. Inc.) 

Forward 

Methodist Foundation, Inc.: 

Common stock (market value $721,922.00) $ 556,082.01 

Trusts, insurance companies and banks 

(market value $15,157.00 ) 14,650.00 

Preferred stocks (market value $78,446.00) 77,886.90 

Bonds and debentures (market 

value $145,911.00) 137,333.82 

Real estate loan 192,574.47 

Savings account with bank 16,479.68 

Total 

Elimination of Interfund Investments 

in Investment Pool (Methodist Foundation. Inc.) .... 

Total (Exhibit "A") 



$1,275,896.38 



227,643.00 



!6,078.03 



44,641.00 



7,907.97 



15,467.97 
$1,812,934.35 



995,006.88 
$2,807,941.23 

728,410.97 
$2,079,530.26 



Board of Missions, Inc.: 
(Land and/or buildings- 
Location: 

Burlington: 

Grace 

St. Paul 



OTHER ASSETS 
JUNE 30, 1959 

at cost less rents received) 



Schedule 2 



,$ 4,667.37 
7,157.50 



300 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Graham : 

Christ 5,636.3( 

Chapel Hill: 

Aldersgate 6,190.2! 

Amity 3.665.0( 

Durham : 

Glendale Heights 13,913.2( 

Wellous Village 3,135.0( 

Elizabeth City: 

Brite Meadows 1,202.6' 

Grace 4,851.2! 

Kill Devil Hills 265.01 

Fayetteville : 

Faymont 5,834.9! 

Lyon Memorial 11,416.0! 

St. Matthews 1,000.01 

Wesley Heights 3,131.01 

St. John's 6,000.01 

Goldsboro: 

Brogden 1,022.51 

Jefferson 4,644.31 

New Hope Road 3,790.4! 

Raleigh Highway 3,994.0! 

Seven Springs Road 1,340.0! 

Jacksonville : 

Northwoods 3,500.01 

Kinston : 

St. John's 4,000.01 

New Bern : 

Country Club Area 11,895.4' 

Raleigh: 

Layden Memorial 3,119.7! 

St. Mark's 8,888.31 

Rocky Mount: 

Edgemont 4,024.2i 

Tarboro: 

Hart 4.765.7: 

Wilmington: 

Pine Valley Estates 500.01 

Snead's Ferry 938.4: 

Devon Park 5,444.0! 

Oleander Boulevard 1.963.4! 

Raleigh: 

Home for executive secretary (down payment) 1,741.01 

Total (Exhibit "A") $143,637.3! 

4. Other Financial Exhibits 

a. CAMP DON-LEE 
AUDITOR'S REPORT ON EXAMINATION 

Mr. C. P. Morris, Treasurer 

Camp Don-Lee, Methodist Youth Camp 

North Carolina Conference 

Durham, North Carolina 

We have examined the financial records of the CAMP DON-LEE PROGRAM 
MAINTENANCE AND JUNIOR CAMPING FUND for the year ended December 31 
1958, and have prepared the attached cash receipts and disbursements statement. 

All recorded receipts were traced into the bank depository and disbursements wer 
verified bv examination of cancelled checks. 

ASHLIN, THOMAS and KNIGHT 
Certified Public Accountants 



Journal of Proceedings 301 

Exhibit "A" 
CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
Year Ended December 31, 1958 

Receipts 

amp Fees $ 14,810.42 

inior Campers 14,457.87 

:ore 3,402.92 

fferings 905.83 

onations 1,558.83 

etreats 1,400.15 

romoting, Printing, and Publicity 584 37 

Y F 252.15 

ew Camps 1,000.00 

lder Youth Assembly 540.30 

buck Wagon 500.00 

efund — Car Insurance 8.44 

efund — Milk 413.80 

efund — Food 170.45 

abor and Materials 948.29 

lie of Equipment 20.00 

iscellaneous 104.84 

Total Receipts $ 41,078.66 

Disbursements 

rogram : 

Food $ 8,436.23 

Store 2,602.38 

Supplies and Materials 770.74 

Printing and Postage 729.45 

Camp Refunds 61.00 

Withholding tax and Social Security 227.31 

Salaries 3,146.25 

Counselors' Expense 1,408.63 

Petty Cash 555.00 

Trailor Trip 678.72 

Methodist Board of Education 310.00 

Insurance 824.74 

Miscellaneous 378.55 

Total Program $ 20.129.00 

Maintenance : 

Caretaker $ 1.065.00 

Electricity 570.92 

Fuel for cooking 612.64 

Telephone 310.02 

Repairs to Building & Equipment 2,921.66 

New Equipment 903.59 

Upkeep of Grounds 321.00 

Gas and Oil 644.59 

Opening and Closing 342.94 

Construction 9.44 

1 Miscellaneous 263.02 

Total Maintenance $ 7,964.82 

»nior Camps: 

. Rentals $ 7,133.56 

Counselors' Expenses 991.13 

i Supplies and Materials 678.80. 

Printing and Postage 116.19 

Petty Cash 150.00 

, Campers Refund 9.00 



302 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Special offering 113.00 

Regional Training 277.31 

Miscellaneous 45.90 

Total Junior Camps 9,514. 

New Camps: 

Promotion, Publicity and Materials $ 716.35 

Construction 484.63 

Committee Expenses 421.03 

Chuck Wagon 1,478.67 

Miscellaneous 465.93 



Total New Camps 3,566.61 

Total Disbursements 41,175.: 

Excess of Receipts over Disbursements 

Add: Cash Balance, January 1, 1958 




Cash Balance, December 31, 1958 $ 983.40 

Exhibit "B" 

BANK RECONCILIATION— WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

December 31, 1958 

Balance per Bank Statement $1,031.20 

Less: Outstanding checks 

#1367 $ 3.60 

1871 7.20 

306 25.00 

1926 12.00 



47.80 

Cash Balance— December 31, 1958 $ 983.40 

b. METHODIST YOUTH ASSEMBLIES 

Mr. Robert McKenzie, Director 
Methodist Youth Assemblies 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have examined the financial records of the METHODIST YOUTH ASSEMBLIES 
for the year ended June 30, 1959 and have prepared the attached Cash Receipts and 
Disbursements Statement. 

All recorded receipts were traced into the depository and disbursements were verified 
by examination of cancelled checks and paid invoices. 

The savings account maintained at the Home Savings and Loan Association was 
verified. At June 30, 1959, the balance in the account was $607.64. 

ASHLIN, THOMAS and KNIGHT 
Certified Public Accountans 

CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

Year Ended June 30, 1959 

Receipts 

Annual Conference Session $ 8,670.91 

Methodist Youth Returns 1,786.91 

Louisburg Assembly 9,292.6E; 

Older Youth Assembly 555.0( 

Camp Junaluska Refunds 750.7J 

Scholarships for alcohol workshop 100.0( 

Offerings 121.5: 

Miscellaneous 250.8'' 



Total Receipts $ 21,528.6]! 



Journal of Proceedings 



303 



Disbursements 

ouisburg Assembly: 

Promotion $ 138.62 

Supplies 172.96 

Staff 820.83 

Louisburg College 6,627.13 

Miscellaneous 970.56 

nnual Conference Session: 

Promotion $ 26.50 

Supplies 167.70 

Staff 736.92 

Duke University 5,618.85 

Miscellaneous 480.24 

Older Youth Assembly 

Conference 

Resource material . . . 

Postage 

Office Expense 

Station Wagon Savings 

Station Wagon Expense 

Methodist Youth Fund Promotion 

Youth Council 

District work 

Miscellaneous 

Total Disbursements 

xcess of Disbursements over Receipts 

dd: Cash Balance, July 1, 1958 

ash Balance June 30, 1959 



8,730.10 



7,030.21 

737.87 
397.93 
246.50 
379.42 
956.08 
596.00 
777.24 
151.75 
685.81 
408.59 
984.68 



22,082.18 



$( 553.57) 

822.81 



269.24 



BANK RECONCILIATION— WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

June 30, 1959 



alance per bank statement 
ess: Outstanding checks: 



760.23 



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3542 


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3543 


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3544 


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3545 


5.68 


3546 


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ash Balance— June 30, 1959 $ 269.24 



304 North Carolina Annual Conference 

c. NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

June 1, 1958 - May 31, 1959 

North Carolina Pastors' School 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have examined the records of the NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL! 
for the period June 1, 1958 through May 31, 1959, and submit the following Exhibit: 
Exhibit "A" Statement of Receipts and Disbursements 

All receipts were traced into the bank and disbursements were verified by examination 
of the cancelled checks. Balance on deposit with the Home Savings and Loan Association 
was verified by inspection of the deposit book. 

ASHLIN, THOMAS and KNIGHT 
Certified Public Accountants 

Exhibit "M 
Balance— June 1, 1958 

Checking account— Wachovia Bank & Trust Co $ 742.96 

Savings account — Home Savings & Loan Assn 2,278.84 

Total Balance— June 1, 1958 I3.021.8C 

Receipts 

N. C. Conference Board of Education $ 400.00 

W. N. C. Conference Board of Education 400.00 

N. C. Conference Board of Missions 250.00 

W. N. C. Conference Board of Missions 500.00 

Interest on savings account 80.42 

Total Receipts 1,630.41- 

Total Cash Available $4,652.21: 

Disbursements 

Board of Managers— Travel $ 567.90 

Board of Managers — Luncheon 74.75 

Audit 15.00 

Duke Convocation and Pastors' School 1,125.00 

Bank service charge -60 

Total Disbursements 1,783.2! 

Balance— May 30, 1959 $2,868.9' 

Composition of Balance 

Checking account— Wachovia Bank & Trust Co $ 509.71 

Savings account — Home Savings & Loan Association 2,359.26 

Total Cash Balance— May 30, 1959 $2,868.9' 

d. WESLEY FOUNDATION COMMISSION 
June 12, 1958 

Wesley Foundation Commission 
Mr. C. P. Morris, Treasurer 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have checked the records of the WESLEY FOUNDATION COMMISSION fo 
the period from June 2, 1958 through May 31, 1959, and have prepared the attachet 
financial statements. 

All recorded receipts were traced into the bank and all disbursements verified by ex 
amination of cancelled checks. The bank account with the Wachovia Bank and Trus 
Company, Durham, North Carolina, was reconciled as at May 31, 1959. 

ASHLIN, THOMAS and KNIGHT 
Certified Public Accountants 



Journal of Proceedings 305 

CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

June 2, 1958 -May 31, 1959 

Program Fund 

Receipts 

easurer, Western N. C. Conference $ 26,500.00 

easurer, N. C. Conference 17,500.00 

easurer, W. S. C. S. N. C. Conference 1,000.00 



Total Receipts $ 45,000.00 

Id: Cash balance — June 2, 1958 175.11 



Total Cash Available $ 45,175.11 

Disbursements 

esley Foundation 

S. T. C— Boone, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation $ 4,500.00 

N. C— Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 5,500.00 

. C. C — Cullowhee, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 3,000.00 

C. State and Meredith Colleges — Raleigh, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 5,200.00 

. C. U. N. C— Greensboro, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 5,000.00 

C. C— Greenville. N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 500.00 

smbroke Teachers College — Pembroke. N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 100.00 

& T College— Greensboro, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 300.00 

C. College — Durham, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 300.00 

. F. College— Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 4,000.00 

ike University — Durham, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 5,200.00 

ividson College — Davidson, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 300.00 

Total Wesley Foundation $ 33,900.00 

liversity Church Maintenance— Chapel Hill, N. C 1,500.00 

WESLEY FOUNDATION COMMISSION BUILDING FUND 

Receipts 

. N. C. Conference— Regular Appropriation $ 23,157.99 

C. Conference — Regular Appropriation 17,800.00 

. N. C. Conference — Higher Education Campaign 10,126.00 



Total Receipts $ 51,083.99 

Id: Cash balance— June 2, 1958 399.36 



Total Available Cash $ 51,483.35 

Disbursements 

illiam A. Olsen— Building and lot— Chapel Hill, N. C $ 15,000.00 

ist Carolina College Building Fund 5,800.00 

Ivanced for Chapel Hill Project 4,000.00 

Total Disbursements 24,800.00 



306 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Balance— Cash in Bank— May 31, 1959 

State Director 

Salary $ 4,026.00 

Rent 550.00 

Travel expense 982.72 

Secretarial help 25.00 

Office expense 1,635.01 

Total Director Expense $ 7,218.73 

Miscellaneous Expense 

Audit $ 20.00 

Check book 4.41 

Scholarship 26.50 

Meals 12.68 

Total Miscellaneous 63.59 

Total Disbursements 

Balance — Cash in Bank — May 31, 1959 

BANK RECONCILIATION 

May 31, 1959 

Balance per bank statement — May 31, 1958 . . . 

Less: Outstanding checks: #423 $ 7.40 

424 366.00 

425 50.00 

426 37.50 

427 158.62 

428 100.00 

Balance Per Records 

Savings 

Home Savings & Loan Association $ 15,000.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Association .... 10,000.00 

Total Savings 

Total Cash in Bank— Savings and Checking . . . 

Program Fund $ 2,492.79 

Building Fund 26,683.35 

Total '. $ 29,176.14 



Journal of Proceedings 307 

SECTION VII 

STATISTICAL 
TABLES 

Compiled and Edited 

by 
D. D. TRAYNHAM 

Conference Statistician 



IOTE: An explanation of the numbering system: 

The charge number for stations or circuits continues in use as heretofore 
and is subject to change when any change in name or alignment effects 
the alphabetical listing. 

The new CHURCH numbers have been assigned to all local churches 
permanently for the benefit of persons doing research. The letters indicate 
the county (by abbreviation) in which the church is located. The figures 
are the church number within its county. 

NOTE ON TABLE 2-A, FUND NO. 7, SEVEN BENEVOLENCES 

'he Combined Benevolences are distributed as follows: 

reneral 
Fund 

Jumber 

53 General Administration .773 

54 Jurisdictional Budget .949 

54 Conference Administration 3.521 

55 Interdenominational Co-operation Fund .612 

56 World Service 13.732 

Conference Program 9.496 

23.228 

66 Colleges and Universities 27.782 

67 Wesley Foundation 3.621 

68 Hospitals 2.519 

69 Homes for Children. Youth and the Aged 24.522 

70 Church Extension 12.473 

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